Does anyone know what type of bridge crossed the Current River at Big Spring? I know there were 3 sets (at least) of round concrete pillars side by side going southeast across the river. One of the pillars has what looks like 2 pieces of rebar sticking vertically out of the top. Was there any superstructure or was there just steel or wooden beams with ties and rail? I am recreating the bridge and am needing info or photos of it for historical accuracy. I am also aware that there was a wooden trestle system from the main berm to the first pillars at the river's edge. I want to say that this part of the bridge was somewhere around 60 yards or so. The east berm of the bridge on the Hunter side is a mystery. Any information would be helpful.