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)
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(Apr 3)
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(Mar 27)
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(July 23 2006)
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(Feb 20)
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(Mar 13)
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(Feb 28)

November 19, 2005: Removing the Grace skeleton

Sparky is back and caught the ever-changing Stonehenge presence between East Bay and America St

Not much left of the Pearman ramp

Looking east, you can see the 7550's nose as Chris stabilizes a Grace segment

and in parallel, chewing and eating should and girder segments of the Pearman ramp

A nice view of the Grace skeleton from the Ravenel Bicycle lane

Looking west from East Bay - just a Stonehenge momument

Working on a Grace segment with the 7550

Another inside look

Cutting through the left girder

and the right girder

and an inside look

A last look at a vanashing monument - the East Bay Stonehenge and Grace's skeleton

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