I call this bridge version 2. However unless you looked closely at the nails, floor boards, or under support there is no difference to the original. The first bridge was here for one hundred fifty plus years I think.
During a storm two years ago one of the big, heavy, Live Oaks came down right in the middle of the bridge. Crushed it.
Within six months the family found two hundred year old Cypress Trees (aged under water for centuries), antique craftsmen, and of course the money to make an exact duplicate. Two actually. A miniature copy was built for the Smithsonian Institute in Washington, DC.