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Location: Hyde, MI

Hyde was a station on the Chicago & North Western railway about six miles west of Escanaba.

A C&NW railroad bridge over the Ford River was locted here, built in 1910 by the American Bridge Company of New York. It is a two-span through-plate girder bridge. It rests on finished ashlar piers and abutments and measures 38' wide and 215' long. [UPM]