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Built in 1917. One of two remaining Chattahoochee Valley Railway depots. Train museum inside with wall murals of scenes when trains traveled through valley.
Horace King: Engineer, Civil War-era humanitarian. Skills earned his freedom; respect made him one of Alabama's first African-American legislators after Civil War.
Indoor/outdoor flea market with individual booths that sell antiques, collectibles, tools, garden decor, fresh fruits and vegetables and name brand products. Antiques, glassware and furniture.
Uniquely designed truss bridge (late 1800s), once part of larger bridge over Chattahoochee River.
Built by African-American stone masons. Teenage girls of 1941 lined up on it, waiting for boys to give them a kiss.
Lake Harding is a reservoir on the Chattahoochee River that is formed by Bartlett's Ferry Dam.
Overlooks Chattahoochee River and Langdale Boat Landing. Stone work in walls outlines family lots. Stone barbecue pit in boat landing area.
Functional & Decorative Pottery
Created by local artist Chuck Moore, Rusty the Iron Man and his family are sculptures from old CV Railroad parts and textile mill machinery.
Located in one of the oldest portions of the Historic Langdale Mill. See old photographs, memorabilia from mill league baseball teams, cotton samples, instruments and more.
Park includes a walking trail with fitness and wellness stations. It is adjacent to the Valley Grande Sports Complex where tee-ball and little league baseball games are held.the
Driving range, snack bar, complete line of merchandise. Very challenging but golfer-friendly.