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Bridges of the Upper Tombigbee River Valley, Columbus, Lowndes County, MS

Bridges of the Upper Tombigbee River Valley, Columbus, Lowndes County, MS

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Historic American Engineering Record, creator
Army Corps of Engineers
Mississippi State Highway Department
Alabama State Highway Department
Jamison, Robert
Booth, Lewis Dent
Gordon, Robert
Williams, A M
Anderson, John H
Beall, M E
Stands & Maselle
Anthony, George
Nashville Bridge Company
Virginia Bridge and Iron Company
Wrought Iron Bridge Company
Eggleston, B B
Southern Bridge Company
Alabama Bridge Corporation
Southern Railroad
Champion Bridge Company
St Louis & San Francisco Railroad
McNairy, Claflin & Co. Cleveland Bridge Works
WC Howton Company
Georgia Pacific
Wisconsin Bridge & Iron Company
JW Snowden Construction Company
Clement, Dan, transmitter


Columbus (Miss.)33.49567, -88.42726
Google Map of 33.4956744, -88.4272627


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