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Wyse Ferry Bridge

Photos 

1919

Photo taken by Wikiupedia user Greygh0st

License: Public domain: Released by author

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BH Photo #272367

Map 

Video 

Wyse ferry Bridge Dive 112' on 4-21-12 Lake Murray SC with ScubaJohns GoPro Hero 2

Wyse Ferry Bridge Dive on 04-21-2012. Diving with ScubaJohns.com dive shop. Divers Joey, Steve (myself), and Manny. Great Dive. Manny had to turn the dive early due to an equipment issue so mainly just Joey and myself in the video. 112' max depth, temp at bottom was 49*. Thanks again to ScubaJohns for another great Lake Murray dive!

The Bridge Appears in the video 5 minutes in.

Video embeded to Bridge Hunter by Chris Knight Video Shot by DeepFathomsDiver

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Description 

Lost bridge, info from comments on http://bridgehunter.com/mo/stone/old-kimberling-city/

Facts 

Overview
Through truss bridge
Location
Lexington County, South Carolina
Status
Road Deck is gona but the Superstructure is intact Inundated by Lake Murrary 87 feet below the surface of the water.
History
Inundated by Lake Murray in the 1920s
Design
Warren through truss
Approximate latitude, longitude
+34.06276, -81.28811   (decimal degrees)
34°03'46" N, 81°17'17" W   (degrees°minutes'seconds")
Approximate UTM coordinates
17/473413/3769151 (zone/easting/northing)
Quadrangle map:
Lake Murray East
Inventory number
BH 59141 (Bridgehunter.com ID)

Update Log 

  • July 20, 2018: New photo from Andrew Penik
  • January 24, 2014: Updated by Chris Knight: Saluda river was the name of the river it crossed before it became a lake.
  • January 4, 2014: Updated by Luke Harden: Refined type
  • January 4, 2014: Added by Kelly McClanahan

Sources 

  • Kelly McClanahan
  • Luke

Comments 

Wyse Ferry Bridge
Posted January 24, 2014, by Chris Knight

Found a Video on YouTube I posted to the page. It's very interesting. The Road Deck is gone so all that remains is the superstructure.

Wyse Ferry Bridge
Posted January 4, 2014, by Kelly McClanahan

Added this bridge from the comments from the Old Kimberling City Bridge, in Stone County, MO. Perhaps the pictures and comments can be moved over.