The line was completely removed. The right of way at Attica is used as a driveway to the Rodeo Grounds. There is a bridge still in place near the Village I believe. Only seen a picture of it, never been there myself. As for the wash out, it was a section of track that was along side the creek. It was an area that the railroad typically had trouble with. The creek constantly washed along the sides. Several attempts were made to drive piles and build retaining walls to stabilize the track. I don't believe it was an actual bridge that washed out.
As for the materials from the track, most of it was loaded onto flats and rolled through Arcade on it's way out. There are stories about how the track crews wanted to drop some of the rail outside of Arcade to replace worn sections and the GM, Richard Cartwright fought it. He had stated that he believed the line would not be needed north of Arcade and that there was no sense putting much into it. Funny how in hind sight the biggest customer is at North Java, the current end of the line. I guess at that point though, most of the industry was at Arcade with Bordens, Aronsons and GLF. It is also said that many of the ties ended up as retaining walls at Holland Speedway when they first built there.