|Bob Kline posted|
Undated, but I'll guess 1950. The bridge belonged to the GR&I, which was taken over by the PRR in 1918. Today the bridge is a footbridge. The 92 miles of track north of Grand Rapids, MI, is now the White Pine Trail. The last passenger train north ran in 1952. The last freight in 1984. Criminal, but at least the ROW survives. IMHO all abandoned tracks should be preserved - they could never be obtained again in most areas.
Tuesday, May 16, 2017
Trail/Conrail/Pennsy/GR&I Blue Bridge over Grand River in Grand Rapids, MI
(Bridge Hunter, Historic Bridges, 3D Satellite)