|Bridge Name||Facility Carried / Feature Intersected||Location||Structure Type||Construction Date / Builder or Contractor|
|Jeddo Road Mill Creek Bridge||Jeddo Road Over Mill Creek||Rural: St. Clair County, Michigan||Metal Stringer, Stationary||1939 By: Marshall Campbell of Port Huron, Michigan|
|Structure Length||Deck Width||Main Spans||Approach Spans|
|74 Feet (22.5 Meters)||20 Feet (6.1 Meters)||2||None|
This bridge may not be the most attractive bridge ever built, but it is a Depression-related structure, and is significant as a result. It also retains excellent historic integrity. The beams were painted fairly recently, suggesting that the county does not intend to replace this bridge any time soon. The bridge is two-span with a concrete pier and concrete abutments. Illinois steel stamps are visible on the bridge. MDOT mentions another bridge was built around the time of this bridge, the Comstock Road Bridge.
Information and Findings From MDOT
Jeddo Road Bridge is eligible for the National Register as a
well-documented example of Depression-era county bridge construction.