Bob White Bridge
The Bob White Bridge in Patrick County is an 80-foot truss over the Smith River near Route 8, south of Woolwine. Built in 1921, it served principally as a connection between Route 8 and a church on the south side of the river.
Although it has been replaced with a modern bridge, visitors can still walk up to the Bob White Bridge,which was retained for its historic value.
It can be reached from Woolwine by traveling one and a half miles south on Route 8, then east one mile on Route 618 to Route 869. Turn south and go one-tenth of a mile.
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