This is another very typical example of Chicago & Northwestern Railway bridge construction. The chief engineers really liked quarried stone for such structures.
One detail about this one that seems unique is that the vault is a horseshoe shape.
Two of my favorites are the Viaduct Road bridge in Dane County http://bridgehunter.com/wi/dane/P13012700000000/ and the Goette Road Bridge in Sauk County, the oldest single vault stone arch in Wisconsin. http://bridgehunter.com/wi/sauk/P56014000000000/