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We take you on a photo tour of 14 beautiful covered bridges in Alabama and tell the history behind them.
CAMBRON COVERED BRIDGE
Where: Huntsville in Madison County, Alabama
HORACE KING MEMORIAL COVERED BRIDGE
Where: Valley, Alabama
BOB SAUNDERS FAMILY COVERED BRIDGE
Where: Sterrett in Shelby County, Alabama
WALDO COVERED BRIDGE (A.K.A. RIDDLE MILL COVERED BRIDGE)
Where: Waldo in Talladega County, Alabama
SWANN COVERED BRIDGE
Where: Cleveland in Blount County, Alabama
SALEM SHOTWELL COVERED BRIDGE
Where: Opelika in Lee County, Alabama
OLD UNION CROSSING COVERED BRIDGE
Where: Mentone in DeKalb County, Alabama