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The Grand Bay Historic District is a historic area in Grand Bay, Alabama. The site is a federal historic district, featuring three of the original buildings of the Green Bay central business district. it was once the business center of the town, including the L&N passenger station, along with several other commercial structures.

Composed of 12 acres, the Grand Bay Historic District?s most notable buildings are the Freeland General Store and the Grand Bay State Bank. The store was noted for being owned by Albert Freeland who served as a County Commissioner in 1918. The store served as the centerpiece in the town?s commercial district. The bank served from 1912 to 1930.

The Grand Bay Historic District was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1990. It is also a designated federal US Historic District.
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