South Carolina Historical Bridges


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Historical Features are physical or cultural features that are no longer visible on the landscape. Examples: a dried up lake, a destroyed building, a hill leveled by mining. The term makes no reference to the age, use, or any other aspect of the feature. A ghost town, for example, is not a historical feature if it is still visible.

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Name County USGS Topo Map
Alfords Bridge Anderson Hartwell NE
Bates Ferry Bridge Richland Wateree
Beaty Bridge Union Whitmire North
Blakneys Bridge Kershaw Mount Pisgah
Bugby Bridge Charleston Legareville
Chapman Bridge Pickens Salem
Cheraw Bridge Marlboro Wallace
Coffey Bridges Berkeley Honey Hill
Cow Ford Bridge Spartanburg Glenn Springs
Duncans Bridge Orangeburg Norway West
Earles Bridge Anderson La France
Fields Bridge Lee Bishopville East
Ford Bridge Greenville Pelham
Fork Bridges Orangeburg Midway
Fran Bridge Kershaw Mount Pisgah
Hendersons Bridge Newberry Blair
Holman Bridge Bamberg Norway West
Jarrett Bridge Oconee Avalon
John P. Grace Memorial Bridge Charleston Charleston
Knox Bridge Oconee Lavonia
Lay Bridge Pickens Six Mile
Minter Bridge Union Union West
Musgrove Bridge Spartanburg Philson Crossroads
Nesbitts Bridge Spartanburg Moore
Nichols Bridge Horry Nichols
Nimmons Bridge Oconee Old Pickens
Patterson Bridge McCormick McCormick
Rice Ford Bridge Anderson Saylors Crossroads
Sanders Bridge Lee Lynchburg
Shallow Ford Bridge Pickens Salem
Smith Bridge Greenwood Cokesbury
Stokes Bridge Lee Lucknow
White Bluff Bridge Lexington Seivern
Yarboroughs Bridge Spartanburg Ora
Youngs Bridge Kershaw Bethune
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