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U.S. 15 Santee River Bridge, SC Road 45 spanning Santee-Cooper Diversion Canal, Eadytown, Berkeley County, SC

U.S. 15 Santee River Bridge, SC Road 45 spanning Santee-Cooper Diversion Canal, Eadytown, Berkeley County, SC

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Historic American Engineering Record, creator
Crum, W Eliot
Hotinger, Robert W
South Carolina Highway Department
Atlantic Bridge Company
Dublin Construction Company
Slattery & Henry
Wright, T P
Killian & Watson
Boyle, W B
McMeekin Construction Company
Wannamaker and Wells, Inc.
Virginia Bridge Company
Pennell, J Roy
Moorefield, Charles H
Anderson, N S
Barnwell, Joseph W, Jr
Harwell, A
McGowan, Samuel
New South Associates, contractor
Calloway, Deborah, transmitter
Bryant, Richard T, photographer
Meader, J Faith, historian
Swanson, Mark, historian


berkeley county33.12606, -80.00877
Google Map of 33.1260618, -80.0087746


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