Stumphouse Mountain Tunnel, Walhalla

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Stumphouse Mountain Tunnel in Oconee County, South Carolina is an incomplete railroad tunnel for the Blue Ridge Railroad of South Carolina in Sumter National Forest. The tunnel, along with nearby Issaqueena Falls, are now a Walhalla city park.

It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1971.
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  • The walk is not difficult their are nice laces to climb and play. Nice little spot even for wee little ones. Dress to walk and climb 
    The walk is not difficult their are nice laces to climb and play. Nice little spot even for wee little ones. Dress to walk and climb  more »
  • Very interesting. I was amazed that back in the 1800s they were able to build this tunnel using hammers and chisels. Take note it’s very dark inside. 
    Very interesting. I was amazed that back in the 1800s they were able to build this tunnel using hammers and chisels. Take note it’s very dark inside.  more »
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  • Part of the history of South Carolina, everyone needs to go at least once..
  • Old school, OG HARLEY DEALERSHIP.

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