We are posting another then and now blog this week. We have moved to the state of Wisconsin; Janesville to be exact. The picture on the front of this post card is showing a Chicago and Northwestern Railroad train as it crosses of the Rock River
The bridge is still used today by the Union Pacific Railroad. It was built between 1907 and 1908 by the American Bridge Company of New York, who built the approach in 1908, and by the Bates and Rogers Construction Company of Chicago, Illinois, who built the main spans in 1907.
If you would like to see what it looks like today you can either take at peek at this:
Or use your GPS to get you to these latitude and longitude coordinates: +42.66932, -89.03281 (decimal degrees)
42°40'10" N, 89°01'58" W (degrees°minutes'seconds")