Railroad bridge is currently being used by the Missouri and Northern Arkansas Railroad. This bridge was built by the MKT Railroad to re-route 5 miles of track, that would have been underwater in lake, when Truman Dam was closed for flood protection for Lake of the Ozarks.
Tracks end at Clinton. This view shows track direction to the South (left in image). The black shapes you see on the surface of the lake are what is left of trees that have been left when the lake originally filled up in 1979, I believe. Water level varies a LOT during rainy seasons, and these tree stump (stobs) present varying degrees of danger to power boats at various depths of floodwater. Fun times.
Amazing to me that the tree stumps, and tree tops remain after so many years. Another Corps of Engineers marvel of preservation.
Lots of places to repair or replace props for outboard motors around the lake.
Current Truman Lake elevation: Elev = 706.38 (ft MSL) as of: 10/MAR/2021. Record high was 738.75.