Flood, fire and modernization have taken their toll on the covered bridges of Michigan. Where once hundreds of covered bridges spanned the State's rivers and creeks, now less than a dozen remain
Though few in number compared with neighboring states, Michigan's covered bridges offer a diversity of settings and architectural styles spanning a broad range of history and culture.
The remaining group includes original 19th century survivors, replicas of predecessors lost to the elements, and a transplant from Pennsylvania.
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