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Decatur, Alabama Landmarks

The landmarks listed below are located in the city of Decatur, Alabama.

Captain William J. Hudson and Steamboat Bill Memorial Bridges

Captain William J. Hudson and Steamboat Bill Memorial Bridges

Decatur, Morgan County, Alabama
The "Steamboat Bill" Memorial Bridges are two bridges that span one of the widest points along the Tennessee River within the City of Decatur, Alabama, between Morgan County, and Limestone County.

Dancy-Polk House

Dancy-Polk House

Decatur, Morgan County, Alabama 35601
The Dancy–Polk House (also known as the Col. Francis Dancy House) is a historic residence in Decatur, Alabama.

Delano Park

Delano Park

Decatur, Morgan County, Alabama 35601
Delano Park, operated by the Decatur Parks and Recreation Board, is the oldest park in the city of Decatur, Alabama.

Morgan County Courthouse

Morgan County Courthouse

Decatur, Morgan County, Alabama 35601
Morgan County Courthouse is a Building in Morgan County, Alabama. It has an elevation of 177 meters, or 581 feet.

Norfolk Southern Tennessee River Bridge

Norfolk Southern Tennessee River Bridge

Decatur, Morgan County, Alabama 35601
The Norfolk Southern Tennessee River Bridge is a lift bridge operated by the Norfolk Southern Railway over the Tennessee River at Decatur in the north central part of Alabama.

Old State Bank

Old State Bank

Decatur, Morgan County, Alabama 35601
The State Bank Building, Decatur Branch, commonly known as the Old State Bank, is a historic Jeffersonian-style bank building in Decatur, Alabama.

Point Mallard Park

Point Mallard Park

Decatur, Morgan County, Alabama 35601
Point Mallard Park is a park located in Decatur, Alabama that sits on 500 acres (2.0 km2) of the Flint Creek shoreline. Flint Creek is a tributary of the nearby Tennessee River.

Port of Decatur

Port of Decatur

Decatur, Morgan County, Alabama 35601
The port of Decatur is the largest and busiest port along the Tennessee River.

Princess Theatre

Princess Theatre

Decatur, Morgan County, Alabama
The Princess Theatre is a 677-seat performing arts venue in Decatur, Alabama. The art deco-style building was originally built in 1887 as a livery stable.

The Decatur Daily

The Decatur Daily

Decatur, Morgan County, Alabama 35609
The Decatur Daily is a daily (five days a week) newspaper serving Decatur, Alabama and the Tennessee Valley in the North Alabama area of the United States.

Top 10 Most Popular Decatur Landmarks

  1. Port of Decatur
  2. Dancy-Polk House
  3. Delano Park
  4. Morgan County Courthouse
  5. Old State Bank
  6. The Decatur Daily
  7. Princess Theatre
  8. Norfolk Southern Tennessee River Bridge
  9. Captain William J. Hudson and Steamboat Bill Memorial Bridges
  10. Point Mallard Park

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