Railroad walking bridge
 

In the late 1850s at a time when trains coming through Fort Mill were so long that pedestrians had a long wait to cross the railroad tracks, a footbridge was erected over the tracks to enable the crossing from White Street to Trade (or Main) Street. Children loved to linger on the bridge as the train passed under. The walking bridge was taken down by the railroad in the 1950s.

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