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List of bridges on the National Register of Historic Places in Alabama

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List of bridges on the National Register of Historic Places in Alabama

This is a list of bridges and tunnels on the National Register of Historic Places in the U.S. state of Alabama.[1]

Name Image Built Listed Location County Type
Clarkson Bridge 1904 1974-06-25 Cullman
Cullman Two-span Town truss
Coldwater Creek Covered Bridge ca. 1845 1973-04-11 Coldwater
Calhoun Covered kingpost truss
Easley Covered Bridge ca. 1927 1981-08-20 Oneonta
Blount Covered Town truss
Five Mile Creek Bridge ca. 1911 1973-02-28 McCalla
Jefferson
Half-Chance Bridge Half-Chance Bridge ca. 1880 1972-09-14 Dayton
Marengo Bowstring truss
Horton Mill Covered Bridge 1934, 1935 1970-12-29 Oneonta
Blount Covered Town truss
Kymulga Mill and Covered Bridge ca. 1860, ca. 1864 1976-10-29 Childersburg
Talladega Covered
Nectar Covered Bridge Nectar Covered Bridge Piers 1934 1981-08-20 Nectar
Blount Covered Town truss
Oakachoy Covered Bridge 1915
removed 2001-09-23
Nixburg Coosa Covered queen post truss
Edmund Pettus Bridge 1940 2013-03-11 Selma
Dallas Steel through arch bridge
Swann Covered Bridge 1933 1981-08-20 Cleveland
Blount Covered Town truss

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