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Old Railroad Bridge

The Old Railroad Bridge is located on the oldest bridge site in the state of Alabama. Dated 1839, began as a toll bridge for trains, wagons, livestock. The existing bridge was built in the late 1800's and was last used for automobile transportation in 1939 and for train traffic in 1988. It presently is used as a walking trail and is available for use as a wedding or meeting venue for a small donation.

2100 Ashe Blvd. Sheffield, AL 35660
(256) 383-0783
Open daily dawn-dusk
Wheelchair Accessible
Admission Charged
Open daily dawn-dusk
(256) 383-0783

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  • 2100 Ashe Blvd.
  • Sheffield, AL 35660
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