The Gasconade River Bridge
The Gasconade River Bridge was built in the 1920s, and was a part of the old Route 66, between Chicago Illinois and Los Angeles in California.
In December 2014 the bridge was closed permanently, after having been degraded as a emergency bypass road for several years.
During the flooding of Central Missouri in December 2015, the river rose up to the bridge itself as can be seen on this video:
Im guessing some of the asphalt damage came after these floods.
Today a group called “The Gasconade River Bridge Guardians” have formed, and are trying to save the historic bridge from demolition.