This is a great example of how NOT to install a historic bowstring truss.
Looks like another King span from the 1870-1880 era.
Unfortunately, it looks like when they moved it here they cut off the outer panels of the lower chord to make it fit the smaller stream.
According to the website--http://www.texasescapes.com/TexasBridges/Rosebud-Texas-Carnegie-Bridge.htm, the bridge's builder, date, and practically all other information relating to this bridge are a mystery. Anyone knowing anything about this bridge please leave a comment.