29 Days in South Carolina: Belton, SC


Belton, SC

To get to our final destination in South Carolina, we drove from Anderson, SC to Orangeburg, SC. This took us through Belton, Greenwood, Promised Land, and Bradley, SC. Not to mention many other towns along the way. During the trip I photographed many sights, mostly from inside of the car. 

Belton, SC was the final resting place of my relative. We took the journey back through Belton to say our goodbye. On the way out I noticed two landmarks: the train station which is now the SC Tennis Hall of Fame and the Belton Standpipe.

Belton is a city in eastern Anderson CountySouth Carolina, United States. The population was 4,134 at the 2010 census.[3]

Source: Wikipedia, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Belton,_South_Carolina

SC Tennis Hall of Fame

SC Tennis Hall of FameSC Tennis Hall of Fame

SC Tennis Hall of Fame

Belton Standpipe

The Belton Standpipe, in Belton, South Carolina, historically known as the Belton Waterworks Tower, is a 155-foot high concrete water tower located near the downtown area. Construction on the tower began in 1908 and was completed in 1909.[2][3] It is the tallest of three standpipe water towers in the state.[4]

Source: Wikipedia, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Belton_Standpipe_(Belton,_South_Carolina)

Belton StandpipeBelton Standpipe

Belton Standpipe


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