The line operated normally until 1911 when the line over the St. Croix River was rebuilt half a mile north. This new bridge was huge. It is half a mile long, and nearly 200' feet high.
The line was purchased by the Wisconsin Central in 1987, and later purchased by Canadian National
in 2001. They continue to operate the line with about 3 trains per day.
This simple I-Beam and Trestle bridge crosses 95th Street, south of WI-64. This trestle in this location gives a classic "country" kind of feel.
The bridge is very simply composed. It has a single I-Beam span, along with trestle approach at either end. All substructures are made of wood.
The bridge appears to be in fair condition. The photo above is an overview.