|This photo is dated 21 January 1941. The number is
OY-3B-137 (CAN 20541) and was ordered from the National Archives.
The photo was printed from the original negative.
Cheraw is on the right center with #9 going to the upper left, Teal's Mill Rd. going to the lower left, and US #1 going south.
It is obvious how much "open" land there was--everything was cleared for cotton, etc. The Cheraw and Lancaster Railroad parallels (and just below) #9. The railroad was built in the early 1900's and dismantled in the 1940's. The rails were supposedly sold to Japan.....guess what they made with them!
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|This photo shows the Bridlewood area west of Cheraw. It
was taken 21 January 1941. The picture number is OY-3B-112,
CAN 20541, and is from the National Archives. It was make from
the original negative.
#9 runs from the right center to the upper left of the photo. The Cheraw and Lancaster Railroad parallels (just below) #9 and curves away toward the left side of the picture.
Click on the photo to see a full-size image. Happy viewing!