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some, but perhaps not all, of the trees in these shots are mine.

by harry frank murphy

'hfmurphy'

train crews called this section of the sub "alligator alley" because it crossed the swampy area where both the tensaw river and the mobile river entered the northern end of mobile bay:

tensaw river bridge:

 

 

 

here's a couple of shots crossing little briar creek.

 

 

a view of the bustling burg of hurricane.

 

 

crossing lizard creek - not a hundred yards from the tensaw river!

 

approaching alligator bayou

 

a freight waits on the siding at catfish bayou as the hummingbird passes on its way to new orleans.

 

at the eastern end of the route, nearing the town of hurricane, alabama.

 

at hurricane, alabama.

 

across the tensaw

 

 

big briar creek redux

 

nearing st. elmo - the highest point on the route (a towering 300ft above sea level)

a view of the south alabama countryside.

cowboy's and euphod's gem looks right at home

 

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