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Talmadge Memorial Bridge, Savannah, GA; Honeymoon photo



2010-06-23 - Photo by Tiffany Kessler. Savannah, Georgia
The sunset and the the Eugene Talmadge Memorial Bridge was captured beautifully by an Adair County photographer, SpiffyTiff. The bridge over the Savannah River connects Downtown Savannah with South Carolina, according to the entry on the span in Wikipedia, which also notes that the original vertical supports of an earlier Talmadge Memorial Bridge can be seen beyond the new bridge. Talmadge Memorial Bridge entry at Wikipedia also notes that the bridge has access for pedestrians. ColumbiaMagazine.com Group at Flickr

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