What a wonderful piece of history from the "Dark Corner". My grandmother, Marcelle Campbell Cason, was an ancestor to Governor Carroll Campbell, who was an ancestor to Alexander Lafayette Campbell, the owner of the grist mill and the person who donated the land for the bridge to be built. This is a wonderful part of my family history and the bridge is in awesome shape. In it's day, it was as important to transportation for the local farmers as is the new inland port that is being constructed in Greer presently. The beautiful Beaverdam Creek adds to the beauty of the bridge. This is my favorite historical place in Greenville County and I am so proud it is still with us and I can share it with family and friends. You will not be disappointed if you make the trip to see it.
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