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Only three covered bridges?
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|First paragraph of the article is incorrect in saying that Fallasburg bridge "along with White's Bridge and Zehnder's Holz Brucke, is one of only three Michigan covered bridges open to vehicle traffic." Langley Bridge north of Centreville is also open to vehicle traffic. Langley, Fallasburg, and White's are the only three remaining ORIGINAL covered bridges in Michigan. Zehnder's at Frankenmuth was built much later.|
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