You have to visit my friend over at "Down the Road" - see link on the left. He's got some great footage of the Michigan Road in southern Indiana, including a beautiful stone bridge.
The Michigan Road is probably the most overlooked historic resource we have in the state of Indiana. It was the first state commissioned road and connected the whole state, north to south, during the early settlement years - 1820's-1830's. It has a great story that needs to be told and a history that needs to be celebrated.