A crew uses a barge-mounted crane Tuesday to remove the center pedestal and bulwarks of the old Port Royal Railroad bridge in Whale Branch. The project is part of Beaufort-Jasper Water & Sewer Authority's demolition of the railroad, which began in 2010. The authority purchased the railroad in 2009 for use as a utility corridor.
A crew uses a barge-mounted crane Tuesday to remove the center pedestal and bulwarks of the old Port Royal Railroad bridge in Whale Branch. The project is part of Beaufort-Jasper Water & Sewer Authority's demolition of the railroad, which began in 2010. The authority purchased the railroad in 2009 for use as a utility corridor. Jay Karr/The Beaufort
A crew uses a barge-mounted crane Tuesday to remove the center pedestal and bulwarks of the old Port Royal Railroad bridge in Whale Branch. The project is part of Beaufort-Jasper Water & Sewer Authority's demolition of the railroad, which began in 2010. The authority purchased the railroad in 2009 for use as a utility corridor. Jay Karr/The Beaufort

Railroad demolition is chugging along

June 10, 2012 11:19 PM

UPDATED October 05, 2012 07:38 PM

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