Do you remember the "back gate" in Myrtle Beach and do you know what it's called today?
The former “back gate” intersection of US 17 and Farrow Parkway/SC 707 previously was the back gate, literally, to the Myrtle Beach Air Force Base. Today, it’s officially known as the Bellamy Interchange in honor of the Bellamy Family. The Bellamys originally owned 75 acres in the area, including land on which the interchange sits. The United States government acquired the property in 1941 as part of a larger land acquisition for what would become the Myrtle Beach Air Force Base. The $100-million-plus bridge – a RIDE 2 project – was named for the Bellamys in late 2014.