Covered Bridge Series: Horton Mill Bridge Posted by Steven Norman on January 14, 2015 Posted in: Bridges, History, Travel. Tagged: Alabama, Blount County, Bridge, Covered Bridge, Horton Mill, Oneonta. 4 Comments The Horton Mill Bridge is a 220 foot long covered bridge which spans the Calvert Prong of the Little Warrior River in Oneonta, Alabama. Construction began in 1864 but it did not open until 1934. Horton Mill Bridge Oneonta, AL Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Related Posts navigation ← Covered Bridge Series: Columbia Bridge Covered Bridge Series: Swann Covered Bridge →
What a beautiful bridge! Almost worth the 70 year wait, wouldn’t you say? 😀
Yes. They say, “Good things come to them who wait!”
I would be afraid to do more put that much weight on it.