By 1984 at least one of the bridge piers had been removed, as had the road structure completely. But, at least one of the piers was left standing as a testament to the road that had once been there. Since one of the sections of my layout sections (the staging yard) is supposed to represent the North Albany yard I think it would be an interesting detail to build a bridge pier. You can also see in the picture the status of the railroad yard itself to the right... not much going on except that removing the tracks (thank you Guilford). But, all of that should make for an interesting and unusual scenic model. I can't wait to get started on it.
And, here is another pier right outside the entrance to Huck Finns. I always assumed that it was part of a stone retaining wall but that it not the case. Instead, I suspect that it is also more remnants of the bridge as well. This is just another example of why I find railroad archaeology so fascinating.