Here are images of the Frisco Lines and Rock Island heralds that were on one of the old railroad bridges that was removed when they were redoing I-40 in downtown OKC several years ago. These logos adorned the South Robinson street bridge which allowed both railroads to pass over Robinson to access the station. The concrete pieces the heralds are on are 5 feet 8 inches by 4 feet 8 inches. The bottom portion with the heralds are 22 inches thick and each piece weighs around 9500 pounds. They had adorned the overpass from 1931 until removed in 2010. They are both in place at the Oklahoma Railway Museum for public viewing.