Located about a mile southwest of the Charcoal Gap Railroad Tunnel. Follow old railroad bed all the way from tunnel to trestle. GPS given is correct.
You have brought up some interesting points. My son & I first visited the Charcoal Gap RR Tunnel. From that point we walked in a southwest diection down the east side of Livingston Hollow until we came upon the trestle. The trestle is very high and crosses both the small Livingston drainage and Leatherwood Creek. This trestle put us on the south side of Leatherwood Creek and I could see the old rr bed continuing west to the "Y" you mentioned. When your on Arkansas 23 just west of the wye you also cross the Leatherwood Creek highway bridge (photos to follow). At this point Leatherwood goes under the bridge east to west. The old rr follows Leatherwood until it crosses as mentioned. The maps are correct, but should be called the eastern branch of Leatherwood Creek because it flows west and meets the main branch of Leatherwood just west of Ark. 23. Great maps you have; will search for them. I have Google Earth, but I am new with that. Still do bridgehunting the old fashion way, map & compass. If you'd be kind enough to send the exact GPS numbers I'll post them on the site. Thanx!
Nice photography. Looking at Bing, Google, and USGS maps, the coordinates appear to be (WGS84 Datum): 36.436937N, -93.706850 or 36 26' 13"N, 93 42' 25"W.
The trestle spans a short tributary of Livingston Hollow, the railroad ran (for the most part) along the southern bank of that Hollow toward Berryville. Just west (about 1.3 miles) of this site, an abandoned wye with two trestles is visible (using Bing aerial view) very close to and southeast of the intersection of Arkansas Highway 23 and Carroll County Road 266.