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The Blue Water Bridge, Port Huron Michigan to Sarnia Ontario
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The Blue Water Bridge is an international crossing of the St. Clair River at the southern end of Lake Huron. The bridge is located between Port Huron, Michigan and Point Edward, Ontario, and consists of two unique spans. The original Blue Water Bridge, opened in 1938 and the second span was completed in 1999.

Copyright: Bryant A Gilbert
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送信日: 28/06/2009
更新日: 30/09/2014
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Tags: blue water bridge; port huron; michigan; sarnia; ontario; st. clair river
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