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Savannah River Scenic Byway - Church in Lowndesville

Savannah River Scenic Byway - Clarks Hill Recreation Area

Savannah River Scenic Byway - Battlefield Overlook at Ninety-Six National Historic Site

Savannah River Scenic Byway - Walking on the Dock at J. Strom Thurmond Recreation Area

Savannah River Scenic Byway - Ninety-Six National Historic Site Museum Interior

Savannah River Scenic Byway - Rivers Fork Campground

Savannah River Scenic Byway - Fort Replica at Ninety-Six National Historic Site

Savannah River Scenic Byway - Change in Scenery

Savannah River Scenic Byway - Welcome to McCormick

Savannah River Scenic Byway - Welcome to Lowndesville

Savannah River Scenic Byway - South Carolina Heritage Corridor Sign

Savannah River Scenic Byway - The Savannah River Scenic Byway

Savannah River Scenic Byway - Calhoun Falls State Recreation Area Playground

Savannah River Scenic Byway - South Carolina Heritage Corridor Sign

Savannah River Scenic Byway - J. Strom Thurmond Lake

Savannah River Scenic Byway - Birdhouse Exhibit at the Thurmond Reservoir Visitor Center

Savannah River Scenic Byway - The Burt-Stark House

Savannah River Scenic Byway - One Mile Interpretive Path at Ninety-Six National Historic Site

Savannah River Scenic Byway - A Cabin at Ninety-Six National Historic Site

Savannah River Scenic Byway - Revolutionary War Cannon

Savannah River Scenic Byway - The Interior of the Trinity Episcopal Church

Savannah River Scenic Byway - The J. Strom Thurmond Lake Visitor Center

Savannah River Scenic Byway - Camping on the Savannah River Scenic Byway

Savannah River Scenic Byway - A Structure at the Ninety-Six National Historic Site

Savannah River Scenic Byway - Historic Downtown Abbeville

Savannah River Scenic Byway - Registration Booth at Hamilton Branch State Recreation Area

Savannah River Scenic Byway - Ready to Launch from Clarks Hill Recreation Area

Savannah River Scenic Byway - J. Strom Thurmond Recreation Area

Savannah River Scenic Byway - Presbyterian Church Memorial

Savannah River Scenic Byway - Circular Map of the J. Strom Thurmond Reservoir

Savannah River Scenic Byway - Safety on the J .Strom Thurmond Reservoir

Savannah River Scenic Byway - The Historic Burt-Stark House

Savannah River Scenic Byway - Heading to Modoc Campground

Savannah River Scenic Byway - Cemetery in Willington

Savannah River Scenic Byway - Dust 'N Rust Antiques in Abbeville

Savannah River Scenic Byway - Travelers at the J. Strom Thurmond Visitor Center Overlook

Savannah River Scenic Byway - View of the J .Strom Thurmond Reservoir and Dam from the Visitor Center

Savannah River Scenic Byway - J. Strom Thurmond Reservoir Visitor Center

Savannah River Scenic Byway - McCormick's Historic Downtown

Savannah River Scenic Byway - Sadlers Creek State Recreation Area

Savannah River Scenic Byway - Mt. Carmel

Savannah River Scenic Byway - A Charming Old Church

Savannah River Scenic Byway - Abbeville Opera House

Savannah River Scenic Byway - Shady Drives

Savannah River Scenic Byway - Picnicking at Hamilton Branch State Recreation Area

Savannah River Scenic Byway - Against the Current

Savannah River Scenic Byway - Trinity Episcopal Church in Abbeville

Savannah River Scenic Byway - Historic Courthouse in McCormick

Savannah River Scenic Byway - Willington Presbyterian Church

Savannah River Scenic Byway - Colorful Exhibits at the Reservoir Visitor Center

Savannah River Scenic Byway - Clarks Hill Recreation Area Overlook

Savannah River Scenic Byway - Boating at the J. Strom Thurmond Reservoir

Savannah River Scenic Byway - Replica of 18th Century Cabin

Savannah River Scenic Byway - Historic Markers in Willington

Savannah River Scenic Byway - A Rifle Tower on the Ninety-Six Battlefield

Savannah River Scenic Byway - Hues of Blue at J .Strom Thurmond Reservoir

Savannah River Scenic Byway - Calm Waters at Clarks Hill Swim Beach

Savannah River Scenic Byway - Calhoun Falls State Recreation Area

Savannah River Scenic Byway - Hamilton Branch State Recreation Area

Savannah River Scenic Byway - Military Exhibit at Ninety-Six National Historic Site Museum

Savannah River Scenic Byway - Savannah River Scenic Byway Sign

Savannah River Scenic Byway - Ninety-Six National Historic Site Visitor Center and Museum

Savannah River Scenic Byway - The Ninety-Six Battlefield

Savannah River Scenic Byway - A Picnic Area at the J. Strom Thurmond Lake Recreation Area

Savannah River Scenic Byway - Calhoun Falls State Recreation Area Community Building

Savannah River Scenic Byway - Fishers at Hamilton Branch State Recreation Area

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