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Bridge across the Warrior River, Alabama.

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce

Bridge across the Warrior River, Alabama.

by United States. Congress. House. Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce

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Published by [s.n.] in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bridges,
  • Railroads,
  • Black Warrior River (Ala.)

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesMobile and West Alabama Railroad Co. to bridge Warrior River, Alabama
    SeriesH.rp.2021
    The Physical Object
    FormatElectronic resource
    Pagination2 p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16062910M

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Bridge across the Warrior River, Alabama by United States. Congress. House. Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce Download PDF EPUB FB2

Parker through truss bridge over Locust Fork Little Warrior River on Old Jasper Highway Location Sayre, Jefferson County, Alabama Status Abandoned with deck removed History Built ; Bypassed by new bridge in Builder - Southern Bridge Co. of Birmingham, Alabama Design panel, riveted Parker through truss Also called Sayre Bridge.

The Nectar Covered Bridge was a wood and metal combination style covered bridge which spanned the Locust Fork of the Black Warrior River in Blount County, Alabama, United was located on Nectar Bridge Road off State Routejust east of the town of Nectar, about 14 miles (16 kilometers) northwest of Covered Bridge was at one time the Crosses: Locust Fork of the Black Warrior River.

The Locust Fork River, in the U.S. State of Alabama, is one of three major tributaries of the Black Warrior River, stretching across Blount, and some portions of Etowah, Jefferson and Marshall counties.

Its mile-long ( km) course (1) drains a watershed of 1, square miles (3, km 2) and comprises challenging whitewater rapids popular with canoers and kayakers, as State: Alabama.

As Alabama's longest free-flowing river, the Cahaba has a big impact on Birmingham. We take a deep dive into our city's long, complicated, and ever-changing relationship with the waterway. You can learn about the history of Black Warrior River at the Mildred Westervelt Warner Transportation Museum ( Jack Warner Pkwy.; ;).

At the intersection of University Boulevard and Queen City Avenue, just across from the University Club, is The Downtown Gallery ( Queen City Ave.; ) featuring wonderful sports art. Lewis Smith Lake was created in by the Alabama Power Company as a result of the company's construction of Lewis Smith Dam to produce hydroelectric power and improve river traffic conditions on the Sipsey fork of the Black Warrior River and provide recreational opportunities.

acre lake straddles portions of Cullman, Walker, and Winston. 8 Urban Legends In Alabama To Keep You Alabama. book At Night. Bridge across the Warrior River While growing up, we heard a variety of urban legends. a young couple lost their lives while driving across this bridge.

According to legend, if you stop on the bridge and turn off your lights, a member of the couple will sneak into your vehicle and leave a wet spot. her baby as she. Tuscaloosa County took control of the next span, building its replacement across the Black Warrior in It was the first bridge built by the county, Willis said.

Some of the wood from the (2) Black Warrior – Tombigbee River Lakes (Oliver, Holt, Bankhead Lakes): U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Holt Resource Office. Post Office Box Peterson, AL () (3) Alabama River Lakes (Woodruff Lake): U.S.

Army Corps of Engineers. Alabama River Lakes Site Office. U.S. Highway 80 West. Hayneville, AL ( A native of Alabama, writer/editor Todd Keith has written The Rivers of Alabama, and Cahaba: A Gift for Generations, two books of essays focusing on the rivers of his native state, as well as Old Cahawba, a history of Alabama’s first state he wrote and edited a custom published book, Reflecti celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of Thompson Tractor, one.

Made famous by the novel and film The Bridges of Madison County, Roseman Covered Bridge was built in at a length of feet across the Middle River. It. At 70 feet above the Warrior River, it is the highest covered bridge over any waterway in the United States.

Swann Bridge in rural Blount County near Cleveland was built in It was renovated and open to vehicle traffic in This bridge is feet long and is the longest covered bridge in Alabama. It crosses the Black Warrior River. Arcola, established in the early s, is a ghost town on the Black Warrior River in Hale County, Alabama - formerly Marengo County.

Frederic Ravesies, Arcola's first settler, established himself at what later became known as the Hatch Plantation. In the s, settlers continued to move into the area to use Arcola as a river landing. Falls City was already a ghost town by the time it was flooded in after Alabama Power built a dam at the Sipsey Fork tributary on the Warrior River to create Lewis Smith Lake, according to.

Alabama Rivers Shown on the Map: Alabama River, Black Warrior River, Cahaba River, Chattahoochee River, Choctawhatchee River, Conecuh River, Coosa River, Locust Fork, Mulberry Fork, Pee River, Sipsey River, Tallapoosa River, Tennessee River and Tombigbee River.

Alabama Lakes Shown on the Map: Guntersville Lake, Lewis Smith Lake, Logan Martin. Historical Attractions. Moundville Archaeological Park, about 10 miles south of Tuscaloosa on the Black Warrior River, was once one of the largest Native American communities in North America. Falls in Mobile, Alabama (8 Views) Morgan Heights Sanatorium Hospital in Marquette, Michigan (7 Views) Andover Populated Place in Butler, Kansas (7 Views) Camp Sherwood Locale in Lapeer, Michigan (7 Views) Blackburn Fork Little Warrior River Stream in Blount, Alabama (6 Views) Eaton Reservoir Reservoir in Larimer, Colorado.

Blount County is known as the Covered Bridge Capital of Alabama. Swann Covered Bridge is the longest in the state with a span of feet. It sits above the Locust Fork of the Black Warrior River and it is accessible from SR, five miles north of Oneonta.

#3 of 24 Sights & Landmarks in Montgomery. “ Explained masterfully by Dr. Shirley Cherry, the events of the Civil Rights movement come alive, and most importantly, the people and their bravery and love and devotion become so much more real. ” “ Our tour guide was an amazing, gifted woman whose stories brought you right up close to the.

Take Things to see and do in Alabama along Interstate Interstate 20 dates back to the s and is a major east–west transportation system that runs for more than 1, miles from Kent, Texas to Columbia, South Carolina, passing through the states of Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and Georgia along the way.

Every day, strings of black tank cars filled with crude oil roll slowly across a long wooden railroad bridge over the Black Warrior River. The year-old bridge is a landmark in this city of 95, people, home to the University of Alabama.The city of Jasper, Alabama was once a top producer of coal in the world.

The city grew significantly in the late s when railroads began to run through the city, and bythere were six coal mines, a foundry, mills, hotels and banks. Today, you can still catch a glimpse of old Jasper in its parks and museums, and in the Downtown Historic District you can see buildings .In Alabama, Community Founded by Former Slaves Now Under Siege By Tar Sands posted by Karen Savage Aug 20 View Comments Some people might stand in the shadow of Mobile, Alabama's Cochran-Africatown Bridge and see nothing but the sprawling tank farms, barges and coal terminals that clutter the Mobile River's banks, stretching northward from.