The original line connected Dwight and Pontiac, but expansions were made south to Chenoa and north to Wilmington, but never were used.
The line directly paralleled US-66, which eventually took the traffic. The line only connected Dwight and Pontiac for its life, and was abandoned in 1925.
This failing concrete arch likely never saw real train, and was abandoned after completion.
The bridge was built with four spans, and a semi decorative look to it.
The bridge will likely continue to deteriorate, until it collapses. Unfortunately, over 100 years of abandonment have taken a harsh toll on the bridge.
The bridge sits next to the Union Pacific Bridge.
The photo above is an overview.
Unfortunately these photos were not as good as I would have hoped, and I intend to take more in the near future.