Chandler Natural Bridge

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Chandler Natural Bridge is an adult waterfall natural bridge on Little Canoe Creek which forms part of the border between St. Clair and Etowah counties, Alabama. Although on private land belonging to Alabama Power, the area is like a public park and is heavily visited on weekends. The locals call it "Rock Bridge". A survey by Bill Torode shows the bridge to have a span of 48 feet, a width of 54 feet, and a thickness of 17 feet. The lintel is composed of Gaspar Limestone. Photo above by Jim Hall. Photo below by Ed Tyler (copyright retained by Ed Tyler).

Chandler Natural Bridge

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