CSX Savannah River Bridge at Augusta
|Similar in design to the Norfolk Southern bridge in downtown Augusta, this bridge at Sandbar Ferry combines a bascule lift span with several through-truss and plate-girder deck spans. Constructed in 1929-32 for the Charleston & Western Carolina Railway, it lies 195.4 miles from the mouth of the river and four miles downstream from downtown Augusta. It continues in use by C&WC successor CSX.
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