Old postcard image of the Veterans Memorial bridge from Wrightsville. You can see the old train bridge in the background where the piers are today. Guessing from the boat, some time in the 50’s.
From Wikipedia: A fifth bridge (Veterans’ Memorial Bridge) was planned and erected to accommodate vehicular and pedestrian traffic. The “Iron Bridge” carried passenger trains until 1954 and freight traffic until March 13, 1958, and was dismantled for scrap starting in 1963 and ending in November 1964. Its stone piers, dating to pre-Civil War times, still stand today, running parallel to the north side of the Veterans’ Memorial Bridge.