Changing the face of Charleston : The unbuilding of the Grace and Pearman Bridges
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Meeting St. Stories
(Jul 10 2006)
East Bay Stories
(Oct 10 2006)
Drum Island Stories
(Feb 17)
Pearman Bridge Stories
(Apr 3)
Grace Bridge Stories
(Apr 3)
Imposions: Prep and boom
(Mar 27)
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(July 23 2006)
Unbuilding Challenges
(Mar 13)
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(Feb 20)
Unbuilding Stories
(Mar 13)
Video and Sounds
(Feb 28)

February 1, 2006:A view from above: SCDOT

More views from above - here East Bay, the entrance to the Columbus Street Terminal and the Tasta yard

Town Creek and the jack-up barge

The ship channel - Grace and Pearman superstructures

Pio and his Graceful team

The Coleman Recycle center

Looking west over the Ravenel, Pearman and Grace structures

The new Ravenel Bridge is always a delight

Town Creek and tenacity of purpoase

The Grace and Pearman superstructures

Looking along Meeting Street at the I-26 junction

Looking east along the old US 17 path

And in the beginning, here is where the Pearman on-ramp started

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