Nectar Covered Bridge (NRIS 81000124)

Address: 8 mi. SW of Nectar, Nectar, AL. County/parish: Blount.

Added to the National Register of Historic Places August 20, 1981.

Part of Blount County Covered Bridges TR (NRIS 64000011).

From Wikipedia:

Nectar Covered Bridge
The Nectar Covered Bridge was a wood and metal combination style covered bridge which spanned the Locust Fork of the Black Warrior River in Blount County, Alabama, United States. It was located on Nectar Bridge Road off State Route 160, just east of the town of Nectar, about 14 miles (16 kilometers) northwest of Oneonta. Built in 1932, the bridge was at one time the seventh-longest covered bridge in the country. The bridge remained open to single lane motor traffic from its construction until it was burned by vandals on June 13, 1993. (read more...)

Architects:

  • Tidwell, Zelma C.

Architectural styles:

  • Other