|Registry Numbers||US 984, SC 25 (view other lookouts in United States, South Carolina)|
|Date Registered||December 13, 2013|
|Nominated by||Michael T. Finch, Jr.|
|Location||Lexington County, South Carolina|
N 33° 55.700' W 081° 29.767' (view using Google Maps)
N 33° 55' 42" W 081° 29' 46"
N 33.928333° W 081.496111°
|Elevation||680 ft (207 m)|
|Administered by||believed to be South Carolina Forestry Commission|
This is one of the original ~140 fire towers built by the South Carolina Forestry Commission between the mid-1930s and the abandonment of the system in 1993. This tower is one of two still standing in its original location in Lexington County.
The lookout is a Bethlehem Steel tower with a 7'-by-7' steel cab on top of an 80-foot galvanized steel tower. It is in poor condition. There is a small shed at the base that appears to house radio equipment and several antennas are mounted on the tower.
November 2013 photo by Michael T. Finch, Jr.