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List of bridges on the National Register of Historic Places in South Carolina

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List of bridges on the National Register of Historic Places in South Carolina

This is a list of bridges and tunnels on the National Register of Historic Places in the U.S. state of South Carolina.[1]

Name Image Built Listed Location County Type
Bridge Abutments 1996-11-25 Hopkins Richland
Campbell's Covered Bridge Campbell's Covered Bridge 1909 2009-7-1 Gowensville Greenville Howe truss covered bridge
Gervais Street Bridge 1986 HAER photo 1926, 1928 1980-11-25 Columbia, West Columbia
Lexington, Richland Reinforced Concrete Bridge
Poinsett Bridge 1986 HAER photo 1820 1970-10-22 Tigerville
Greenville 1820 stone bridge
John Seabrook Plantation Bridge ca. 1782 1974-10-09 Rockville
Charleston
Stumphouse Tunnel Complex Looking out of Stumphouse Tunnel 1852, 1859 1971-04-07 Walhalla Oconee
Waccamaw River Memorial Bridge Waccamaw River Memorial Bridge 1937 1994-08-26 Conway
Horry Continuous steel girder
Bradley's Covered Bridge 1892
removed 1979-01-01
Troy McCormick Howe truss
Also called Long Cane covered bridge
Prather's Bridge Bridge piers in the foreground are from the covered bridge that burned ca. 1861
removed 1978-05-04
Westminster Oconee Town truss Covered Bridge

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