Bridge across the St. Marys River, near Folkston, Ga.
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Bridge across the St. Marys River, near Folkston, Ga. by United States. Congress. House. Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce

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Published by [s.n.] in Washington .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Bridges,
  • Georgia,
  • Saint Marys River (Ga. and Fla.)

Book details:

Edition Notes

Other titlesBridge across St. Marys River near Folkston, Georgia
SeriesH.rp.1490
The Physical Object
FormatElectronic resource
Pagination2 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16147397M

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Swing bridge over St. Marys River on US 17 Location Nassau County, Florida, and Camden County, Georgia Status Open to all traffic. History Built , rehabilitated Design Swing Dimensions Length of largest span: ft. Total length: ft. Deck width: ft. Vertical clearance above deck: ft. Recognition. Route description Florida State Line to Jesup. The route starts at the Florida state line on a bridge over the St. Marys River in eastern Charlton County, and initially travels north as a four-lane highway through Folkston, concurrent with US 1, US 23, and SR 4/SR In Folkston, the highway intersects Main Street, which leads to a popular railfanning site on the west side, and is also the North end: US / SR 73 at the South Carolina state . This bridge sees two through freight trains in each direction daily plus grain and coal unit trains as necessary. The area around the bridge is now a park and marina and is very well maintained. Photo Galleries and Videos: 6th Street Railroad Bridge. Put in was on the Floriday Hwy Bridge, below Moniac, GA and take out was at Scotts Landing, St Marys River Fish Camp in Florida off US Hwy 1 South of Folkston, GA. Resources: DeLorme Georgia Atlas, USGS Topo maps, and A Paddler Guide to Southern Georgia.

The St. Mary River starts as the North Prong of the St. Marys running out of the Okefenokee Swamp in Southern Georgia. My brother Denny rode with us on Friday morning in the rain to the put in at Baker County, FL on FL hwy , which is the beginning of Section B in the Paddlers Guide to Southern Georgia book. The put in is across the state. 8. Ortega River Bridge. Technically, this is the only bridge on our list that spans over a different river than the St. Johns River. The Ortega River is a tributary of the St. Johns. The bridge was built in and is also a drawbridge giving right of way to the local marinas and the yacht clubs. What is Whitepages people search? Whitepages provides the top free people search and tenant screening tool online with contact information for over million people including cell phone numbers and complete background check data compiled from public records, white pages and other directories in all 50 states. We provide answers to over 2 million searches every day, helping 35 million users. St Marys River Bridge: Just south of Folkston, this is the FL-GA state line. Taken from the cab of P Date: 9/7/ Location: Boulogne, FL Map: Views: Collection Of: Paul Pleasant: Locomotives: AMTK (P42DC) Author: Paul Pleasant: Picture Categories: This picture is part of album: CSXT in Florida and Georgia.

I 95 North to Exit 1 in Georgia for St. Marys. Keep to the right and continue on St. Marys Road for approximately 2 miles, Turn right into Osprey Cove. At the gate inform the attendant you are going to the River Club for Duplicate Bridge.. Continue straight on Osprey Drive to the Stop sign. Stay to the right and continue straight. Suggested canoe trips on the St. Marys River: GA 94 (Moniac) to FL , miles. FL to GA 23, miles. GA 23 to Stokes Bridge, miles. Stokes Bridge to GA 94 (St. George), miles. GA 94 (St. George) to Traders Hill Recreation Park, miles.   2) Poole's Mill Covered Bridge - Pooles Mill Rd, Ball Ground, GA Ken Rowland via Flickr This amazing, historic bridge is a century-old wooden covered bridge crossing over Settendown Creek in Forsyth County, Georgia. The St. Marys River (named Saint Marys River by the United States Geological Survey, and sometimes misspelled as St. Mary's River) is a mile-long ( km) river in the southeastern United near its source in the Okefenokee Swamp, to its mouth at the Atlantic Ocean, it forms a portion of the border between the U.S. states of Georgia and Florida.