State Route 225

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A 24 mile roadway traveling north-south between Spanish Fort and the Civil War era town of Stockton. The two lane roadway encounters suburban development through its southern reaches, and passes by Historic Blakeley State Park (considered to be the battleground of the Confederacy's last stand during the Civil War) to the north. The highway gains elevation as it nears an interchnage with Interstate 65.

Alabama 225 south intersects CR 86 west and CR 138 east in a rural area of west central Baldwin County. cR 138 is the former Alabama 138, a road that heads northeast to Bay Minette. CR 86 is a spur to the Tensaw River area to the west. Photo taken 04/11/02.
Northern terminus of Alabama 225 at Stockton. Alabama 225 intersects Interstate 65 three miles to the south. The state route connects far northern Baldwin County and southwestern Monroe County with access to the Mobile area. Photo taken 04/11/02.

Photo Credits:

04/11/02 by AARoads

Connect with:
Interstate 65
U.S. 31
State Route 59

Page Updated 11-21-2003.