Bridge: Raisin River Bridge, Adrian, MI - (ADBF)

This stone-arch bridge was erected for the Michigan Southern railroad in 1867 and is located north of Deerfield Road, between Adrian and Lenawee Junction. It is 75' long, 30' high and 25' wide with two identical arches, each about 18' high in the center and 22' wide at water level. The arches have five horizontal steel rods which are connected to two sets of verticle timbers each 8" square. [LPM] The bridge was later used by the New York Central, Penn Central and is now used by the Adrian & Blissfield railroad.