Trestle Bridge has a legend with a ghost. So the story goes, a farmhouse once stood nearby, and it burned down late one night. The owner went to the barn to try to save the horses, and the wife and son went to the train tracks under Trestle Bridge to try to flag down a train. Tragically, they were too close to the tracks and were killed by the train while the man was dying in the barn. Now, folks say the man’s spirit inhabits the area.
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- South of W Gier Road and Bailey Road
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- 41.8435878660211, -84.06659388550906
- Lenawee County, Michigan
- Nearest Towns:
- Jasper, MI (3.7 mi.)
Adrian, MI (4.0 mi.)
Clayton, MI (8.8 mi.)
Lyons, OH (10.0 mi.)
Blissfield, MI (10.5 mi.)
Morenci, MI (11.6 mi.)
Metamora, OH (12.2 mi.)
Tecumseh, MI (12.7 mi.)
Onsted, MI (12.9 mi.)
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