Sweet Home Alabama - I lived Here

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HARTSELLE — A rare northern red oak malformed by Indians centuries ago adorns a Hartselle man's pasture, the only path-marking tree known to exist in Morgan County.

On the trail of Indians: Hartselle man�s unique tree marked Native American path

The online edition of THE DECATUR DAILY, a newspaper serving the Tennessee Valley in North Alabama

The Forrest Waterfall - Decatur, Alabama

Decatur

This photo from Alabama, South is titled 'The Forrest Waterfall'.

Hartselle, AL.  That is some nice coloring

Decatur Railroad Bridge Decatur, Alabama

Decatur Railroad Bridge Decatur, Alabama

Danville, AL Old Cook Stove - Amish, fresh, baked, breads, bread, www.theoldcookstove.com reviewed in Alabama Back Road Restaurants by A. Musgrove

Delicious Home Cooking in a Delightful Rustic Home

Hartselle, AL The Railroad was prominent in the beginning days of the town of Hartselle as the small town became a stop on the North and South Alabama Railroad. This depot was built several decades later in 1914 by L Passenger service continued here until the 1960's when the depot stayed vacant until 1976. Today, the depot is home to the Chamber of Commerce. Every year, the city has a depot days festival in September.

Hartselle, AL train station

Built by Louisville & Nashville Railroad in Hartselle, Alabama in 1914. Now used by the local Chamber of Commerce.

Hartselle postcard post card - L. Railroad Depot, Hartselle, AL

Hartselle, Alabama City Information

Get all the local information you need on Hartselle, Alabama, AL - community history, demographics, local search and more at ePodunk

Historical Markers around Hartselle, AL

City of Hartselle, Alabama / Hartselle Facts Historical Marker

City of Hartselle Hartselle, named after early pioneer George Hartsell (with no 'e') rose from modest beginnings to an important position in the growing economy of Morgan County. (A historical marker located in Hartselle in Morgan County, Alabama.)

Hartselle Fine Arts Center -- formerly F.E. Burleson elementary school - It was the elementary school when I lived here in the late 70's

Hartselle Fine Arts Center

The Burleson Center/Hartselle Fine Arts Center

Main Street - Hartselle, AL - it has been turned into an Antique Haven, nothing like it was when I lived there in the late '70's....

Main Street - Hartselle, AL - it has been turned into an Antique Haven, nothing like it was when I lived there in the late '70's....

A view down main street with some of the many antiques positioned to attract shoppers, I loved them!!!

A view down main street with some of the many antiques positioned to attract shoppers, I loved them!!!

VIDEO - Hartselle Alabama

Hartselle Alabama

Hartselle Alabama, The City of Southern Hospitality

Hartselle is on the Southern Literary Trail -- Click to read more!    William Bradford Huie (center) with his siblings in 1924 (Courtesy, Martha Huie).

Hartselle, AL: William Bradford Huie