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D-Dey65

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Re: Orphaned State Built Bridges
« Reply #25 on: January 07, 2019, 12:20:17 AM »

Truth be told I'm not certain if the Division of Highways built the 1912 Basso Bridge but I know for certain it was part of CA 132 and LRN 110 when it was adopted in 1933.  The Old Basso Bridge was restored by Caltrans and converted into a pedestrian bridge over the Tuolumne River:

0 by Max Rockatansky, on Flickr
Ooh, black and white Type 3 object markers instead of black and yellow ones. Haven't seen too many of those in a long time, other than leftover ones painted on old bridges in Florida and South Carolina.

I don't know if SCDOT or it's predecessors had anything to do with it, but Steve Alps has images of the old northbound lane bridge on US 17 over the Tullifinny River on his site:

https://www.alpsroads.net/roads/sc/old_17/


And so do I:
https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Abandoned_NB_US_17_Bridge_over_Tullifinny_River.jpg

https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Abandoned_NB_Lane_of_US_17_over_Tullifinny_River.jpg

They're all private property now, so I'm a bit concerned that the neglect will lead to their collapse and the death of some fishermen and nearby churchgoers, and what not.

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