Photo taken by Mike Daffron in November, 2016
BH Photo #370783
This was only ever a single-span bedstead Mike... Probably just some erosion on that one end makes it look like there might have been more.
Machete is a must! (besides, you never know when you'll run upon a Walker) It was getting late and we were about 150 miles from home, so I just squeezed off a few pix until I can return. My query was based on the east side of the bridge. There is around 6 - 8 feet of drop off before you reach bridge. I imagine this side of ground must have collapsed. GOT to go back and check it closer. Sorry for the vague question.
I'm not sure of your question...
If you are asking, "Was there another bridge at this location?" my guess is "no" because this it seems unlikely that an earlier truss was replaced in 1910.
If you are asking, "Is there currently more than one span here?" I would guess "no". Looking with Google Earth, I don't see anything else, and it's a pretty small creek and a pretty small road to have had two spans end to end OR side by side.
There is something about 1500ft north-northeast that could be a concrete bridge/culvert that the creek has washed around.
Next time, maybe take a machete. *smiles*
I will return to get better pictures asap. I waited too long in the evening. LOTS of briars. Does it look possible (hard to tell with these pix) that there could have been two trusses?