On Bluff Road (State Highway 48) near State Highway 40-2529, on the right when traveling east.
Named in honor of James Gadsden President of the Louisville, Cincinnati and Charleston Railroad. Station built here 1840 was the first railroad station in Richland County. A stage line ran to Columbia until 1842 and to Camden until 1848. — — Map (db m29943) HM
On Fork Church Road (State Highway 40-1314), on the right when traveling west.
This church building was dedicated in May 1884 by Dr. John L. Girardeau. The congregation of 11 members, including 2 elders and 1 deacon, was organized on the Sabbath Day, November 16, 1883 by the Charleston Presbytery. In . . . — — Map (db m43707) HM
On Congaree Road / Air Base Road / Robert H. Morrell (State Highway 769), on the right when traveling west.
Air Base Road
between Old Hopkins Road
and Bluff Road
Named in 1990 by action
of the General Assembly
in honor of
Robert Hanly Morrell
lifetime resident of
whose military career
spanned 40 years . . . — — Map (db m31981) HM