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The Kymulga Covered Bridge is a historic covered span in Childersburg, Alabama. It crosses the Talladega Creek.

Built in 1861, the Kymulga Covered Bridge is a 105-foot bridge made of wood and metal combination. It has a How truss construction with a single span. It is one of the two covered bridges in the state of Alabama that dates back to the 19th century and is still of existence today in its original location. It originally provided access to the Native American trade route, the Old Georgia Road. Today, it leads visitors to a number of nature trails located north of the creek.

The Kymulga Covered Bridge is now a part of the Kymulga Park, along with the Kymulga Mill.
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