A little bit of infrastructure porn for Week 10, inspired by some of Bill Schwab’s recent photos of this Bridge from the Detroit side of the River. As I was heading into Detroit for the weekend I decided to stop off and get a shot from the Windsor side. The bridge also serves as one of the busiest border crossings in North America, and is one of two ways to cross the Detroit river, the other being the tunnel (which I oddly enough took). Officially opened in 1929 it was designed to ease the congestion in the tunnel, without obstructing lake freighter traffic, and forRead More →

Hidden behind a hospital and a massive shopping mall a tiny road dead ends at a park. You can still see the old light standards continuing down. I had some time to kill on a Saturday afternoon so I decided to stop and check it out, having a camera with me I naturally brought it along for the hike. Down at the base of the road I was drawn out onto one the side trails that ran along a river bank, following it around I noticed something in the distance, it looked like a bridge, but not a bridge one would expect, it looked likeRead More →