Old Town Huntsville

southern_home2Huntsville, Alabama has got 3 beautiful old town areas that are listed in the National Register of Historic Places.

I’m not sure which area that I was in, but here are some photos that I took on the day that our tire blew out.

This is the First Presbyterian Church on 312 Lincoln Street, the oldest Presbyterian church building in the state of Alabama.

The Gothic revival exterior - 1st Presbyterian Church.

The Gothic revival exterior – 1st Presbyterian Church.

1st Presb. Church pipe organ.

1st Presb. Church pipe organ.

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1st Presb. Church pew.

1st Presb. Church pew.

The Maple Hill Cemetery was established in 1818, when a man sold 2 acres to the city of Huntsville for $200. The cemetery now covers almost 100 acres and has five Alabama governors buried there.
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Maple Hill Cemetery.

Maple Hill Cemetery.

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