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April 24, 2006 Hwy 61 Interchange Construction. Close up, new Pettys Fork Bridge

2006-04-24 - 2006-04-24 - Photo Donald Hare, Air Evac Team. Donald Hare shot this amazing closeup of the new bridge over Pettys Fork from the Air Evac helicopter at 135 M.P.H.. On the left can be seen the new Majestic Yachts building steel framing, just above that can be seen the existing Majestic Yachts and Travis Coomer Oil Buildings. He also shows the gentle sweep of the new road as it joins the existing Burkesville Road, near the First Baptist Church, whose spire can be faintly made out. The cluster of buildings in the top of the photo include the Columbia Post Office, Chevron, Gate, and the blue roof of the apartment complex north of Famous Recipe Fried Chicken.
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