Above, workers from the Great Northern Railway Company strike a proud pose for a photograph taken near the completion of Reinig Bridge.This trestle bridge, located on SE Reinig Road in Snoqualmie, WA was constructed in 1916 and was used to transport lumber in and out of the Snoqualmie Falls Lumber Company.
The bridge was taken out of operation shortly after Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me was filmed in 1991. It used to cross over Reinig Road but has since been partially dismantled and paved over for use by runners and cyclists. It's now part of the King County trail system. In this still from the film below, you can see that it still crossed over Reinig Road at least until the summer of 1991.