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Also known as the Old Easley Covered Bridge and the Rosa Covered Bridge, the Easley Covered Bridge is a historic structure in Blount County, Alabama. It was built in 1927 and served the community until it was closed in 2009.

The Easley Covered Bridge was constructed by Forrest Tidwell and nephew Zelmer C. Tidwell. It was kept in good condition through occasional repair work for the longest time, but in 2009, the said upkeep proved to be inadequate, causing the closure of the bridge.

Today, the county government is facing tons of criticisms for not being capable of conserving its historic covered bridges. The future is still unclear for the Easley Covered Bridge but locals seem to be taking action in getting the county do something about it.
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City: Oneonta
County: Blount
Address: 335 Easley Bridge Rd
Zip: 35121
Category: Bridge
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SusieQ04
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11-05-2013, 11:03 AM
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Easley Covered Bridge has been renovated and is opened back up to traffic...cars and pickup trucks only. By the way, the color was changed from red to silver during renovation, which was the original color when it was built in 1927.