Railroad Bridge at Glasgow, Missouri over the Missouri.
Current owner is the Kansas City Southern, which took over the Gateway Western Railway. Bridge was damaged in the flood of 1993 and repaired that fall.
Prior owners of the Bridge:
Kansas City Southern
Chicago, Missouri and Western (went bankrupt)
Illinois Central Gulf (1972-?)
Gulf, Mobile and Ohio (1947-1972) Merged with Illinois Central
Chicago and Alton (to 1947) That's why the C & A is imprinted in the superstructure.
When the G.M. & O took over they rehab the line from Mexico, Missouri to Kansas City with money received from the Burlington (Chicago, Burlington, and Quincy RR) who received rights to send two frieght trains a day each way + one passenger train. For a while they used the Pioneer Zephyr consist that is now at the Museum of Science and Industry as the "Ozark State Zephyr). It had a special logo on the front that Alton Burlington instead of the normal Burlington Route.
Hope this helped. If I can locate it I have a picture of the repaired span (deck plate type )that has the name Gateway Western painted on it.