No, it isn't a bridge, but anyone who appreciates quality engineering and interesting design will be interested in this particular dam, that was located in Michigan's Upper Peninsula on the Ontonagon River. In 1991, the dam was partially destroyed and inundated by a new dam. Today, it serves as habitat for several species of fish.
Photo taken by Eric Munch, April 1991, for HAER
BH Photo #121548
"In 1991, [dam] to be partially demolished and the remainder submerged.
"This documentation was undertaken in the summer of 1991, after the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) required the Upper Peninsula Power Company (UPPCO) to mitigate the adveerse effects of a project to replace the multiple-arch section of Victoria Dam. UPPCO engaged Stone & Webster Michigan, Inc. to provide the required documentation."
Larry D. Lankton, Historical Consultant, Houghton, Michigan
For more about the Victoria Dam and to see a photo of the (now destroyed) Ontonagon Bridge, visit the Copper Country Website.