Barton Creek Bridge

Barton Creek Bridge is an early example of a cable stayed bridge; it spans Barton Creek in Huckabay, Texas. Built 1890 by Runyon Bridge Co, it was bypassed and abandoned in the 1930s and now lies in ruins.[1] The bridge was brought to the attention of the Historic American Engineering record in 2000, when it was found to bear a striking resemblance to the Bluff Dale Suspension Bridge, which had at the time, been considered the only example of a Runyon patent cable-stayed bridge.[2][3] It has a total length of 120 ft, with the main span being 100 ft. Source: Wikipedia