Camelback bridges were primarily built in Michigan and Ontario. Sadly, many have been lost over the years to decay, neglect, and replacement. But the Mottville Camelback Bridge managed to survive.
The structure is the longest camelback bridge built in Michigan. The 270-foot-long bridge was constructed in 1922 and has three identical 90-foot spans over the St. Joseph River.
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