The former three span bridge was built as a private toll bridge in 1922. Four years later, both South Carolina and Georgia acquired the bridge removing the tolls. The bridge remained in operation until 1983 when a new concrete bridge was built to its immediate north.
Fortunately, the old bridge was allowed to remain. It is a popular fishing spot and offers great views of the Savannah River.
All photos taken by post author - March 19, 2019.
- Smith-McGee Bridge ---Vanishing North Georgia
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