Cabin John Creek runs under the Cabin John Parkway Bridge, built circa 1962, which itself passes under the Union Arch Bridge (also known as Cabin John Bridge). The latter carries MacArthur Boulevard.
The Cabin John Parkway Bridge, visible in the foreground of image, intersects a defunct pedestrian bridge thought to have been erected during the construction of the Union Arch Bridge in the nineteenth century. The original structure can be seen in the black-and-white photographs (details) taken by the Detroit Publishing Co. in circa 1901. In the early twentieth century, this pedestrian bridge was converted into a concrete conduit seen in the photograph (detail) by Russell Jones taken in 1959. The conduit can be seen running across the background of color photograph.