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Dillon Bridge
    Photo of the "new" Dillon Bridge, date unknown

THE BRIDGES OF DILLON COUNTY

McInnis Bridge - Hwy 57, northern Dillon County
crosses the Little Pee Dee River close to NC state line. If you look at a map, you'll see McInnis' Bridge at the very top of Dillon County, slicing through the triangular area between the North Carolina state line and Marlboro County.
Location on map

McKays Bridge - Rte. 429, northern Dillon County
crosses the Little Pee Dee River close to the NC state line, near Shoe Heel Creek
Location on map

Hamers Bridge - Route 23, northern Dillon County
crosses Little Pee Dee River slightly NE of Little Rock
Location on map

Stafford Bridge - central Dillon County
NNE of Dillon, crosses Little Pee Dee River near juncture of Hwy 301 and 40
Location on map

Dillon Bridge - Hwy 9, central Dillon County
crosses Little Pee Dee River east of Dillon (town)
Location on map

Huggins Bridge - Hwy 41
crosses the Little Pee Dee River about half way between Kemper and Fork
(Buck Swamp area)
Location on map

Allens Bridge - Rte. 72
crosses the Little Pee Dee River SE of Fork near the Marion County line
Location on map



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