Bridge across the Coosa River near Childersburg, Ala.
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Bridge across the Coosa River near Childersburg, Ala.

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


  • Bridges,
  • Alabama,
  • Coosa River (Ga. and Ala.)

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Other titlesBridge across Coosa River near Childersburg, Alabama
The Physical Object
FormatElectronic resource
Pagination2 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16146572M

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NS - Coosa River Bridge (Riverside) (St. Clair County, Alabama) Built by the Virginia Bridge & Iron Co.; Modified by the American Bridge Co. during the construction of Logan Martin Lake. Warren through truss bridge over Coosa River (Logan Martin Lake) on Norfolk Southern Railroad. See 2 photos from visitors to Coosa River Bridge. Bridge in Childersburg, AL Foursquare uses cookies to provide you with an optimal experience, to personalize ads that you may see, and to help advertisers measure the results of their ad campaigns. Parker through truss bridge over Coosa River on Railroads (NS) Location Talladega County, Alabama Status Open to traffic History Old spans at this locaiton (four pin-connected Pratt trusses) replaced by modern bolted trusses c. Railroads - Central of Georgia Railway (CG) - Norfolk Southern Railway (NS) Design Parker through truss Also called. Jan 23,  · SYLACAUGA, Ala. – The Coosa River Express has been a highly debated topic in Talladega and Shelby counties. Last week the Talladega County Commission unanimously approved issuing a license to Tim James, Inc. (TJI) for the purpose of construction and operation of a toll bridge (Coosa River Express) across the Coosa River.. The project still awaits approval from Shelby Co.

The Coosa River is one of Alabama's most developed rivers. It begins at the confluence of the Oostanaula and Etowah rivers in Rome, Georgia, and ends just northeast of th The Coosa River is a tributary of the Alabama River in the U.S. states of Alabama and Georgia. May 23,  · People would come southwest from Rome, GA, where the Coosa River starts, and eventually come across this bridge toward Wetumpka, where they still have a road listed as Georgia Road. “It was also used by the Muscogee Indians in their trade route,” says Ben. Get directions, maps, and traffic for Coosa River, AL. Check flight prices and hotel availability for your visit. Today Coosa Riverkeeper releases two new maps which present a new look on a river that’s flowed through Alabama since before maps were even a thing! First, our new “Coosa Valley of Alabama” map updates our basin-wide map of the Coosa, it’s six main lakes, and many important tributaries. Now you can enjoy learning the names of many of the Coosa’s important creeks!

The Kymulga Grist Mill, Covered Bridge and Park are of significant historical, educational and recreational value. Located on Grist Mill Road four miles northeast of Childersburg, Alabama, the mill and bridge are over one hundred forty years old. Listed in the National Register of Historic Places, they are the only pair of such structures in Alabama that still stand where they were originally. Talladega County is pushing for a bridge across the Coosa River into Shelby County at the site of the old Perkins Ferry crossing between Russell Chapel Road and County Road 28, but numerous obstacles stand in the way. The Coosa River begins at the confluence of the Oostanaula and Etowah rivers in Rome, Georgia, and ends just northeast of the Alabama state capital, Montgomery, where it joins the Tallapoosa River to form the Alabama River just south of Wetumpka. Around 90% of the Coosa River's length is located in junction of Oostanaula River and Etowah River. Thanks to everyone who came out to Coosa Fest and visited the Rec booth. Looks like the Easter Bunny was busy. Thanks Glenda Holmes, Anthony Murphy, and Kaylon Hueramo for your help. Thank you Geri Isbell for giving the Bunny a place to change clothes. If you missed a picture with the Bunny, she will be at the Rec Friday with our after school kids/5(3).