This is where the old bridges of Michigan come to...not die. Rather to live on, in graceful retirement over a tiny creek near I-94 by Battle Creek, MI. The park is sparsely populated now, which only six bridges, but in time it will ripen into 19 bridges somehow crammed into a small park. The bridges are all single lane iron deals, designed in the late 1800's and early 1900's for horse and carriage traffic, beaten up by a century of automobile use, now restored for park strollers.
A beautiful project being implemented with no hope of any monetary gain by an obviously visionary (or demented) county executive.