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Scuppernong River Bridge

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Guys Fishing for Shad off of a bridge in Eastern North Carolina

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Scuppernong River 8-26-12

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scuppernong river june 2015 Kirk and Gene 079

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Scuppernong River (Summer).mp4

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River Roaming on the Scuppernong

Scuppernong River Bridge, also known as the Main Street Bridge, Tyrrell County No. 4 Bridge, and Columbia Bridge, is a historic bridge located at Columbia, Tyrrell County, North Carolina. It was built in 1926, and is a 566-foot-long, two-lane bridge. Spanning the Scuppernong River, it consists of a steel Warren-type pony truss swing span measuring 123 feet long, and 22 concrete pile-supported timber approach spans. It is the only manually-operated pony truss swing-span bridge remaining in North Carolina.
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