Sutlff bridge...2008

Sutliff Bridge...history in the making.

While we all know that losing the first span of the bridge is devastating to anyone who was ever there, however, at least part of it is still there.
The store has reopened.. the road has been repaired, you can still come out for that cold beer..and enjoy your friends..meet new ones.
I hope there is a fever to do fundraising to restore the bridge...its on the historical books..It just had a little bump...i hope we all will fix it, If its at all possible. I will be one of the first to make a donation. Life is full of bumps..this too shall pass, this bridge stood for 111 years...many footprints of time have crossed it. I hope to walk across it yet again someday. As I'm sure many of you do too!!

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Melissa says ... on Saturday, Jun 21 at 5:17 PM

But, the bridge (which has historical value to everyone who know about it) was altered by another part of history...do we really want to put EVERYTHING back the way it was or do we want to, in essence, 'preserve' some of the damage this flood caused?

South Carolina says ... on Saturday, Jun 21 at 6:51 PM

Would LOVE to make a donation to past memories and the future memories of others.Maybe,ya'll could create a Sutliff Bridge Fund,here,on KCRG-9.For us,"out of towners." So,we,too,could have the opportunity to give be a part of this wonderful endeavor

Tami1559 says ... on Saturday, Jun 21 at 10:34 PM

Whether they are able to restore...or merely preserve whats left, im sure funds will be needed. Im sure if you sent any donations to the bridge authority, they would be most welcome. Contact info is on the bridges webpage. www.sutliffbridge.com

Curious says ... on Sunday, Jun 22 at 9:29 AM

Would like to know how History,"altered" the Bridge. For,us,younger folk,who don't know. Do I detect some"hidden"controversy? Oooooh! Does anyone know of a Website to learn some History about the Bridge and surrounding areas?

linda herman says ... on Sunday, Jun 22 at 2:04 PM

hey you can have my song Ode To The Sutliff Bridge and sell the video or song and proceeds go to the Bridge and people in the area that were flooded.

Ack says ... on Tuesday, Sep 16 at 11:42 PM

If they took the $$$ off the ceiling in the tavern, that would be a good start......unless they used that to renovate the tavern....

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