Pictures 2-2 and 2-3.
The only remnant of the horsecar line remaining in the community is this little bridge, on which the horsecars crossed the Boneyard Creek near the present day northwest corner of Second Street and Springfield Avenue in Champaign.  These pictures show its appearance on November 30, 1971.  The upper picture looks toward the bridge from the north, the lower picture from the south.  At this time, the land on each side of the bridge was privately owned.  The bridge had deteriorated greatly over the years, and the owner had erected a wooden rail to discourage people from crossing the bridge. Photos by the author