Alabama
Copyright Michael K Robb 2016
Tuscumbia Alabama's
Historic shopping district
19th-century village buildings
near Rogesville, Alabama
Cold Water-Stage Coach Stop
Tuscumbia, Alabama
Natchez Trace Parkway
Alabama-Tennessee Border
Tuscumbia, Alabama Courthouse
Tuscumbia's Downtown Historic District
Natchez Trace-as it crosses the Tennessee River
Athens, Alabama Courthouse
Tuscumbia, Alabama
Train Station
Quintessential rural scenery-northwestern Alabama
Moulton, Alabama
Courthouse
LaBoon Entry Gardens
Decatur, Alabama
Welcome to Alabama sign.
Along Interstate 22.
From Mississippi.
Newly designated 
Interstate 22
Northwest Alabama.
Early 1900's settlers house.
Near Townley, AL.
A common site in
Alabama's backwoods.
Fayette County.
Early 1900's tool shed.
Fayette County.
Guin's quaint 'downtown' shops.
Clarkson-Legg Covered Bridge.
Built 1933.
Near Spring Hill, AL.
Clarkson-Legg Covered Bridge.
(underview)
Quintessential large red hay barn.
Fayette County.
1910's farm house.
Near Winfield, AL.
(Southern view)
of this old house.
Winfield, AL
Downtown Main Street.
Northern Alabama 
back country.
Winston County.
Fayette County Courthouse.
Fayette County, AL.
Fayette County Courthouse
(frontal view)
Sunny Home Community Center.
Near Townley, AL.
Sunny Home Community Center.
(B&W close-up)
Warrior River in early autumn.
Blount County, AL.
Natural Bridge State Park.
Winston County, AL.
Natural Bridge.
(view up through
the 'hole')
Natural Bridge.
(side angle)
Natural Bridge.
(looking 'out')
to the north.
Winston County Courthouse.
Double Springs, AL.
Winston County Courthouse.
(east angle)
Double Springs.
The Little Old Rock Building.
(Art store)
Double Springs, AL.
Old Houston Jail.
(close up)
Old Houston Jail.
Built 1868.
Houston, AL.
Cullman County Courthouse.
Cullman, AL.
Clarkson-Legg Covered Bridge.
(east angle)
Cullman County, AL.
Little Warrior River.
Near the Horton's Mill Bridge.
Blount County.
Swann Covered Bridge.
Built 1933
Cleveland, AL.
Swann Covered Bridge.
(east angle)
Rosa-Easley Covered Bridge.
Built 1930.
Near Oneonta, AL.
Rosa-Easley Covered Bridge.
(west entrance)
Horton's Mill Covered Bridge.
Near Hendrix, AL.
Horton's Mill Covered Bridge.
(west entrance)
Kymulga Covered Bridge.
Talladega County, Alabama.
Kymulga Covered Bridge.
(west angle)
Bibb County Courthouse
(west angle)
Centreville, AL.
Bibb County Courthouse &
Downtown Centreville, AL.
Absalom Pratt House.
Built 1835.
Near Wilton, AL.
Centreville's historic 
downtown architecture.
Shelby County Courthouse.
Columbiana, AL.
Shelby County Courthouse.
(southern angle)
Columbiana, AL.
1920's automobile repair garage.
Shelby County, AL.
Main Street.
Columbiana, AL.
Kymulga Grist Mill.
Built 1864.
Near Childersburg, AL.
Kymulga Grist Mill.
(rear angle).
The Empire Building.
Downtown Birmingham.
Second Avenue.
Downtown Birmingham.
The John Hand Building.
Downtown Birmingham.
Old Bank Building.
Downtown Birmingham.
Downtown Birmingham Buildings.
Art Deco Architecture.
Downtown Birmingham.