The 15ft gothic arch of Poinsett Bridge and its 130 feet of wedged stone is recognizable to anyone in Greenville County, SC. It was built in 1820 and is the oldest standing bridge in South Carolina. The bridge was part of the State Road that connected Charleston and Columbia with the North Carolina mountain communities into Tennessee.
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