The Norfolk Southern Railroad Bridge over Trail Creek is located in Michigan City, Indiana. It is estimated that this structure was built around 1905. The builder contractor is unknown.
It is a metal pin connected Pratt Through Truss, movable: swing (center pier) bridge. It currently exhibits significant rusting. Although originally designed to carry 2 tracks, it currently has only one. It operates for boat and trains. In the summer, the bridge is in the open position. It closes when a train approaches.
The main span length is 195 feet. The structure length is 200 feet. There is one main span.
The bridge is used by the Norfolk and Southern (freight) and Amtrack (passenger).