Last Saturday (6 June), I re-attempted 24 May’s ride on a morning with more
pleasant weather. I completed it this time and didn’t bother to re-photograph
the Roosevelt Avenue bridge,
which makes Tarnów Street the first bridge documented on this ride.
I believe the street is named for the Polish city, since it’s next to
Chopin Street which is most likely named for the Polish composer.
Detroit has a long history of Polish immigration, and there’s even a
West Side Detroit Polish American Historical Society.
The next bridge west is Lumley Street, whose south end connects to the
parking lot of Kay Beauty Supply.
The westernmost pedestrian bridge across I-94 in Detroit is Trenton Street,
which links a residential street with businesses on Michigan Avenue and
Universal Academy further south down Trenton Street.