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Dead Children's Playground, Huntsville, AlabamaDead Children's PlaygroundHuntsville, Alabama"Fires curl, shadows swirl. A hollow sound no one else can hear but in silent streams forever we dream." Located behind Maple Hill Cemetery, and...Swann Covered Bridge, Blount County, AlabamaSwann Covered BridgeBlount County, AlabamaThe longest existing covered bridge in Alabama located above the Black Warrior River with the most amazing view of the bluff. This bridge is still...Falls Mill and Museum, Franklin County, TennesseeFalls Mill and MuseumFranklin County, TennesseeThis historic mill was built in 1873 and first used as a cotton & woolen factory, then later converted as a cotton gin and wood working shop. Today...Quinlan Castle, Birmingham, AlabamaQuinlan CastleBirmingham, Alabama#abandoned Back in the 1930's this castle was rumored to be headquarters for Nazi spies. Later it was converted to apartments then abandoned....Battle of Spring Hill, Spring Hill, TennesseeBattle of Spring HillSpring Hill, TennesseeSpring Hill was the prelude to the Battle of Franklin. On the night of Nov 28, 1864, Gen. John Bell Hood’s Army of Tennessee marched toward Spring...Old Railroad Bed Trail, Huntsville, AlabamaOld Railroad Bed TrailHuntsville, AlabamaThis unique trail on Monte Sano Mountain offers a glimpse into the past at the Monte Sano Railroad, no longer in existence, that carried the elite...Greeter Falls, Grundy County, TennesseeGreeter FallsGrundy County, TennesseeAmazing waterfall with a blue hole for swimming located near Stone Door in Gulf Savage State Park. Nice hike but was a little tricky after a recent...Cumberland Tunnel, Franklin County, TennesseeCumberland TunnelFranklin County, TennesseeRailroad tunnel engineered thru the Cumberland Plateau, built in 1842 and a little over 2200 feet in length. Awesome 2.3 mile walk each way and...Clarkson Covered Bridge, Cullman County, AlabamaClarkson Covered BridgeCullman County, AlabamaThis 270 ft covered bridge was built in 1921 and the only remaining bridge of it's kind in Cullman County. It was used mainly by farmers. It spans...
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