Columbia-Wrightsville Bridge

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Yet another structure listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this version of the bridge was constructed in 1930 and was part of the famed Lincoln Highway. Standing next to the bridge are the foundations from previous bridges—one of which blew over, and another of which was burned by Union Troops fleeing the Confederate Army. At one time that bridge was the longest covered bridge in the world.

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