Gervais Street Bridge Lightpost – Columbia, South Carolina
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According to the South Carolina Department of Archives and History, the Gervais Street Bridge in Columbia is one of four open spandrel arch bridges of reinforced concrete in South Carolina. The bridge spans the Congaree River and links Columbia to the western and southern parts of the state.
Above the railings on the bridge you will find cast iron light fixtures, like the one captured in this photo. The decorative fixtures have a palmetto tree on their bases. There are vine patterns on the octagonal posts and an acanthus leaf, which stands for quality, longevity, and creativity.
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