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Campbell’s Covered Bridge Park

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Campbell’s Covered Bridge Park

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Many thanks to Carol Gant of Rock Hill for submitting this picture.

Carol says that she “saw this place in May 2010, and they had done a lot of work to restore the bridge. They were also working on making this a park. There was a well, and much land grading going on and efforts to stop erosion.”

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Tammy Campbell HuffmanNo Gravatar says:
September 24th, 2012 at 12:08 pm

This bridge was named in honor of my Great Granda Pa. It is an honor to be apart of this heritage.


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