U.S. 29 southbound as it departs the downtown city square of Tuskegee and the U.S. 80 overlap. Eight miles south is the village of Davisville. 14 miles beyond that community is the Bullock County seat of Union Springs (pop. 3,670). Photo taken 08/22/03.
U.S. 29 southbound at U.S. 84 (Martin Luther King Junior Expressway) at Andalusia. Old U.S. 29 (Three Notch Street) travels south into downtown. Also traveling into downtown is former Alabama 100. The state highway used to end at U.S. 29 in Andalusia, connecting with U.S. 84 east of town. Photo taken 11/25/01.
The first set of U.S. 29 south & 84 westbound reassurance shields posted on their two-mile overlap. The four lane bypass of Andalusia encircles the north and west side of the city. Photo taken 11/25/01.
U.S. 29 south & Alabama 41 north
U.S. 29 south joins Alabama 41 north for 1.2 miles between East Brewton and junction U.S. 31 (St. Joseph Avenue) in downtown Brewton. First photo taken 12/05/09. Second photo taken 02/12/10.
U.S. 29 south & Alabama 41 north span Murder Creek and enter the city limits of Brewton. Photo taken 12/05/09.
Alabama 41 continues north from U.S. 29 along St. Nicholas Avenue to exit the city. U.S. 31 enters the city from the Camp McMillan area in northern Escambia County, representing the main commercial route to the north of downtown. Photo taken 12/05/09.
Interests to Interstate 65 are directed onto Alabama 41 (St. Nicholas Avenue) north to Exit 77 of the freeway in Conecuh County. U.S. 31 and Escambia County 49 also radiate northward toward Interstate 65 from the Escambia County seat. Photo taken 12/05/09.
U.S. 29 & U.S. 31 south
U.S. 29 & 31 travel 14.4 miles southwest from downtown Brewton to Flomaton near the Florida state line. The entire overlap carries at least four lanes of travel. Photo taken 12/05/09.
Persimmon Street intersects U.S. 29 & 31 (South Boulevard) at the first traffic light west of Alabama 41. The highway widens to a four-lane divided highway and spans Burnt Corn Creek beyond the reassurance shield pictured here. Photo taken 12/05/09.
Alco Drive winds west from U.S. 29 & 31 (South Boulevard) near Burnt Corn Creek as the original alignment of U.S. 29 & 31. Photo taken 12/05/09.
U.S. 29 & 31 shifted from Alco Drive onto its four-lane alignment (South Boulevard) by 1961. Photo taken 12/05/09.
U.S. 29-31 & Alabama 113 south
U.S. 29-31 & Alabama 113 curve southwest from their merge and continue as a five-lane arterial toward central Flomaton. Photo taken 07/31/11.
Escambia County 25 crosses paths with the trio ahead of Big Escambia Creek. Photo taken 07/31/11.
County Road 25 spurs southeast to Van Hoosen Road and Railroad Street west in Flomaton. Northward, CR-25 meanders along Upper Creek Road to Stanley Crossroads. Photo taken 07/31/11.
Spanning the Big Escambia Creek along the F.P. "Skippy" White Bridge South on U.S. 29-31 & Alabama 113 south. This bridge opened in 2002 as part of a project to widen the US Highways between the Alabama 113 legs. Photo taken 07/31/11.
U.S. 29 & Alabama 113 turn southward onto Flomaton Boulevard from U.S. 31 toward the city center. Photo taken 07/31/11.
Alabama 113 remains cosigned with U.S. 29 south to Century, Florida. U.S. 31 continues west to Wawbeek, Canoe, Malta and downtown Atmore. Photo taken 06/25/12.
U.S. 29 & Alabama 113 south
U.S. 29 & Alabama 113 follow Flomaton Boulevard south from U.S. 31 through to the Florida state line. Photo taken 06/25/12.
Three blocks south of U.S. 31, Flomaton Boulevard sees a traffic light with Poplar Street. Poplar Street connects U.S. 29 & Alabama 113 with Ringold Street to the west and Palafox Street to the east. Photo taken 07/31/11.
College Street intersects U.S. 29 & Alabama 113 (Flomaton Boulevard) near the town center. College Street stems west to become Escambia County 2 en route to Old Atmore Road and U.S. 31 near Wawbeek. Photo taken 09/27/08.
Alabama 113 end shield posted after Flomaton Boulevard passes over the CSX Railroad ahead of the state line. Photo taken 07/31/11.
U.S. 29 transitions to Century Boulevard in Escambia County, Florida. The road continues as a five-lane arterial through Century, remaining a rural route southward to Cantonment. Photo taken 07/31/11.
2001-11-25 by AARoads and Adam Froehlig. 2003-08-22 by AARoads and Justin Cozart. 2008-09-27 by AARoads. 2009-12-05 by AARoads. 2010-02-12 by AARoads. 2011-07-31 by AARoads. 2012-06-25 by AARoads.