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Walking down Michigan Ave is hard to miss in Chicago. Of course you're going to cross the bridge at some point. The 2 sides are quite different in my opinion.
A tour we went on explained the design on the bridge.
Lower Michigan Avenue you will find the DuStable bridge, its an iconic bridge and well worth seeing it, if you are lucky enough to see it raise you've gone to Chicago at the right time of year. Not to be missed.
Michigan Avenue Bridge is called today "The DuSable Bridge". It is located on Michigan Avenue across the main stem of the Chicago River in downtown Chicago. It is a bascule bridge which was built in 1918-20 and provides passage for vehicles and pedestrians on two...More
Yes, it's just a bridge, but I loved it! This particular bridge has sculpted artwork on all 4 corners. Worth the time to take a look. One panel in particular isn't very PC, but still art. Nice when seen from the riverwalk as well.
nice view nice place and surroundings...take photo and say cheese...u will be the real american.so speak a.e.please..and go to across the bridge but take care..that will me maybe bridge over troubled water...like song sings...