In the archives is a 1930s Frisco employee magazine whose cover is an aerial view of the new causeway Bridge over Pensacola bay. I tried to copy it but don’t have the skills. To the right is a wood pile trestle out into the bay that appeared to be to dump hopper car loads into barges. It was still there in the mid 70s, I saw it often, but today only the two quite high elevated concrete pylons at the end that held the dumping structure remain. What’s the story with that? Was it a Frisco operation? Or was it associated with the L&N, Pensacola’s other railroad?