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June 24, 2010


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Randy Jones

Back in the early '70's, while a student at WMU, I had a roommate who's father was the operator of the liftspan bridge between Houghton and Hancock. I used to have some really great pictures which I had taken from the Houghton side tower top. Unfortunatley, those have been a casualty of time. Beatuiful area.

Dominique King

Randy-Thanks for stopping by!
Wow, I bet those photos taken from the tower top were great. I love bridges and taking photos of them from all different angles.
You're right about it being a beautiful area. I wish we were able to get up that far north more often.

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