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Mackinac Bridge
Photographer: Keith L
Taken: August 8, 2006
Caption: Mackinac Bridge
Additional Description: Photo taken at Bridge View Park, St. Ignace. Looking at the causeway and Mackinac Bridge to the lower peninsula (Mackinaw City). From the Michigan Department of Transportation website: "The sheer size and beauty of the Mackinac Straits Bridge still impress first-time viewers. The bridge's total length, 8614 feet, the longest in the western hemisphere, combined with towers standing 552 feet above the water line, a 155 feet clearance under the bridge, and a total weight of 11,840 tons, is indeed an impressive sight." When built it was the longest bridge in the world.
Submitted: August 5, 2007, by Keith L of Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin.
Database Locator Identification Number: p5625
File Size: 0.514 Megabytes

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