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Alabama Route 13 North
Motorists joining Interstate 22 west from SR 13 continue 25 miles to Hamilton. Photo taken 12/19/09.
SR 13 leaves Interstate 22 and the town limits of Eldridge on the 5.7 mile drive to the Winston County line. Photo taken 12/19/09.
A lightly traveled stretch, with 1,190 vehicles per day recorded in 2010, sees SR 13 leave Walker County for Winston County. Photo taken 12/19/09.
Winston County 1 winds east from SR 13 to Main Street in the town of Lynn. Photo taken 12/19/09.
County Road 353 spurs east from SR 13 to a handful of residences and a strip mine. Photo taken 12/19/09.
SR 13 north at County Road 9 north. CR 9 meanders west on a parallel alignment to SR 13 to U.S. 278 by Natural Bridge. SR 13 continues on a linear alignment built in 1960. Photo taken 12/19/09.
County Road 303 spurs east to a residential loop from SR 13 north next. Photo taken 12/19/09.
Unpaved County Road 356 ties into SR 13 from German Crossing and CR 59 at Lynn. Photo taken 12/19/09.
Approaching the merge with U.S. 278 east along SR 13 north at Natural Bridge. Photo taken 12/19/09.
U.S. 278 & SR 74 share pavement west 24 miles to U.S. 43 at Hamilton. U.S. 278 turns south with U.S. 43 to Guin from there. Photo taken 12/19/09.
SR 13 north joins U.S. 278 & SR 74 east for a 0.5 mile overlap to SR 5. Photo taken 12/19/09.
U.S. 278 Alabama Route 74 East Alabama Route 13 North
U.S. 278, SR 74 and SR 13 shield assembly posted between their merge and a Norfolk-Southern Railroad overpass. Photo taken 12/19/09.
SR 5 begins a 197.78-mile route at Natural Bridge from the intersection where SR 13 north splits from U.S. 278 & SR 74 east. Photo taken 12/19/09.
SR 13 resumes a northward course six miles to Delmar and 11 miles to Haleyville. The state route rejoins U.S. 43, a highway it was the hidden counterpart to between Mobile and Fayette County, on the drive north to Russellville. Photo taken 12/19/09.
Four lanes of U.S. 278 & SR 74 enter the intersection with SR 5 south to Lynn and Jasper and SR 13 north to Haleyville. The tandem continue east 13 miles to the Winston County seat of Double Springs. Photo taken 12/19/09.
Alabama Route 13 North
Northbound shield and mileage sign posted after the split with U.S. 278 & SR 74. The drive north to Haleyville remains lightly traveled with 2,830 vehicles per day recorded in 2010. Photo taken 12/19/09.
Winston County 9 bypasses Natural Bridge to the west and ends at SR 13. Photo taken 12/19/09.
County Road B03 comprises a loop east from SR 13 to U.S. 278 & SR 74 near the northern limits of Lynn. Photo taken 12/19/09.
SR 13 north reaches the intersections with Winston County 3. CR 3 arcs west from SR 13 near the settlement of Glen Mary. Photo taken 12/19/09.
SR 13 continues north from County Road 3 to County Road 3508. Photo taken 12/19/09.
Winston County 3508 is a renumbering of the northern branch of County Road 3 along Byler Road west. Photo taken 12/19/09.
Northbound SR 13 on the approach to Winston County 17 east. Photo taken 12/19/09.
County Road 17 is the first of three routes traveling northwest to southeast between SR 13 and U.S. 278. Photo taken 12/19/09.
Drivers along SR 13 north meet the west end of Winston County 20 at the community of Delmar. Photo taken 12/19/09.
Entering the city limits of Haleyville, SR 13 intersects the west end of County Road 28. Photo taken 12/19/09.
SR 13 reassurance shield posted along the 1.8-mile drive between Delmar and Boar Tush in Haleyville. Photo taken 12/19/09.
SR 129 enters Marion County from the southwest to end at SR 13 (11th Avenue) in Haleyville. Photo taken 12/19/09.
A 41.19-mile state route, SR 129 ventures southwest to Whitehouse, Brilliant, Winfield, Glen Allen and Lawrence Mill. Photo taken 12/19/09.
SR 13 expands to five lanes from SR 129 north into the Haleyville city center. Photo taken 12/19/09.
Following 11th Avenue, SR 129 enters downtown and meets SR 195 (21st Street) south. Photo taken 12/19/09.
A series of traffic lights govern the movements of SR 129 through the downtown street grid. Pictured here is the signal at 20th Street. Photo taken 12/19/09.
SR 195 follows 21st Street east to Needmore outside Haleyville. The state route does not head south, despite the signing of it, until after Rabitt Town en route to Double Springs. Photo taken 12/19/09.
SR 13 veers away from 11th Avenue for Campbell Road a few blocks north of SR 195. Photo taken 12/19/09.
Alabama Route 13 South
SR 13 enters central Haleyville and intersects the north end of SR 195 at 21st Street. Photo taken 12/19/09.
Traveling 42.18 miles, SR 195 comprises an arc east from Haleyville to Forkville, Double Springs and SR 5 at Jasper. Photo taken 12/19/09.



Photo Credits:

12/19/09 by AARoads

Connect with:
Interstate 22
U.S. 43
State Route 195

Page Updated 11-07-2012.

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