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Campbell’s Covered Bridge Marker

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Campbell’s Covered Bridge Marker

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This photo of the Campbell’s Covered Bridge Marker was captured by Vincent Flores of Greer in 2010. The inscription on the marker reads:

This bridge, built in 1909, is the last extant covered bridge in S.C. Built by Charles Irwin Willis (1878–1966), it was named for Alexander Lafayette Campbell (1836–1920), who owned and operated a grist mill here for many years. Measuring 35 feet long and 12 feet wide, it is an excellent example of a four-span Howe truss, featuring diagonal timbers and vertical iron rods.

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Dan DealNo Gravatar says:
November 26th, 2011 at 6:50 pm

…thanks Rebecca for showing me this historical bridge in your backyard


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