There are others that will take you there. I prefer this one.
After reaching US 51, I turned north intent on catching the the train they call the "City of New Orleans" which would be barreling south. I could only estimate the what / time at what location intersections. In essence I'd be flying blind and very much relying on luck and hearing the crossing horn blasts. First Stop: Fluker, La. There really isn't much at Fluker anymore. I'd had high hopes of a lot of visible history there. Truthfully, I haven't tried that hard to find any. Virgil has assisted but that was on another ride. Maybe I should include that link later.
Across from the intersection of US51 and La.10 is this unusual trestle done up in a Romanesque motif. The original railroad that came up this way was the New Orleans, Jackson and Great Northern RR out of New Orleans. It was headed to Osyka as was I. Was this trestle built by it or the later day Illinois Central? There are a lot of Italians in the area which might have been an influence.
That was a joke. Lame but still ...