Changing the face of Charleston : The unbuilding of the Grace and Pearman Bridges
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Unbuilding Highlights
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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)
Unbuilding Bridge Blog
(July 23 2006)
Unbuilding Challenges
(Mar 13)
Learning Links
(Feb 20)
Unbuilding Stories
(Mar 13)
Video and Sounds
(Feb 28)

July 10, 2006:
Down memory lane - Between Meeting St. and East Bay

Sparky drives down memory lane - here is today and August of last year

The Ravenel Bridge

Looking down America Street

I thought this was the new Lee Street - but Lee St is to the left. So I am guessing that this is the new Grace Avenue.

More of Lee Street

Now you can see Aiken Street from Lee

Hanover - August 23, 2005

and now from Hanover looking down Lee St.

Look at the grass

Nassau Street - August 22, 2005

Nassau Street today

Meeting Street - August 15, 2005

Meeting Street today

More of Meeting St

Meeting and Lee St

More of Meeting St

It all started around the Lee street extension - where Joe Duffy is in deep conversation with Charleston's finest - August 14, 2005

and is the Lee St extension today

King Street - August 16, 2005

Looking from I-26 east

More of Meeting St.

and last - our Grace and Pearman skeletons - ready for unbuilding

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