Columbia, South Carolina: Neverbust Chain

A 25-foot-long giant chain sags in the air between two downtown Columbia office buildings. Unveiled in 2000. A work of art by artist Blue Sky that signifies something, possibly.

1500 Main St., Columbia, SC
Downtown, on the east side of Main St. just north of Hampton St. Three blocks due north of the State House.
Always visible. Local health policies may affect hours and access.
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Giant chain.

Neverbust Chain

Makes you feel small!

[Jeff Hammer, 01/22/2014]

Neverbust Chain.

Neverbust Chain

Artist Blue Sky installed these chains on the 1500 block of Main St, Columbia, SC in 2000. The chains are 25 feet long with a diameter of 5 feet. They connect the Sylvan Bros. Building and the Kress Building.

[G. A. Sharp, 09/02/2009]

August 2013: Photo added.

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