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Covered Bridges in Alabama Bridges/Roads
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Covered Bridges in Alabama

A complete list of covered bridges in Alabama with pictures. These famous AL covered bridges are a favorite among historic architecture and bridge enthusiasts. A covered bridge is a bridge with sides and a roof. Since many bridges used to be made of wood, the earliest covered bridges were originally built in order to protect the bridge from the elements. The results were dramatic. Whereas a normal wooden bridge would only last for a decade, covered wooden bridges could last for up to a century. Historic preservationists have increased these bridges' longevity even further. Today, modern covered bridges are often built using metal and concrete, making their roof purely aesthetic. This list is comprised mostly of older, traditional covered bridges. Many of them have become important iconic landmarks for their region.
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    Livingston More
    Length: 88 Feet
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    Length: 270 Feet
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    Oxford More
    Length: 60 Feet
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    Rosa More
    Length: 95 Feet
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    Gilliland-Reese Covered Bridge

    Gadsden More
    Length: 85 Feet
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    Oneonta More
    Length: 220 Feet
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    Kymulga Covered Bridge

    Length: 105 Feet
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    Old Union Crossing Covered Bridge

    Mentone More
    Length: 90 Feet
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    Salem-Shotwell Covered Bridge

    Opelika More
    Length: 43 Feet
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    Cleveland More
    Length: 324 Feet
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    Waldo Covered Bridge

    Waldo More
    Length: 115 Feet

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