U.S. 411 angles northeast from U.S. 78 in Leeds to Ashville, Rainbow City, Gadsden and Leesburg. East across Weiss Lake, U.S. 411 concludes an 86.8 mile route through Alabama east of Centre and west of Cave Spring, Georgia.

The 4.55 mile long Centre bypass was completed in 1990. U.S. 411 shifted away from the city center to the north, with Main Street redesignated as U.S. 411 Business, per approval by AASHTO on June 2, 1990.

U.S. 411 north
U.S. 411 northbound within the city of Leeds. This shield, possibly the first one, is located on Whitmire Street northbound just before the road concludes at Ashville Road. This older style shield is located approximately one mile southwest of Interstate 20. Photo taken 09/29/03.
U.S. 411 south
U.S. 411 southbound as it turns from Asheville Road onto Whitmire Street in Leeds. Traffic continuing straight enters Alabama 119, a north-south route through the southern Birmingham suburbs in Shelby County. Truck U.S. 411 is signed here, but not anywhere else along U.S. 411 south. Photo taken 09/29/03.
The final southbound U.S. 411 shield on Whitmire Street in Leeds. The terminus is about 2,000 feet ahead at U.S. 78 & Alabama 25 in downtown. Photo taken 09/29/03.
Just before U.S. 411 southbound enters its final block, Truck U.S. 78 crosses via Railroad Avenue. The traffic light in the background represents the terminus of U.S. 411. Photo taken 09/29/03.
Looking north at the southern terminus of U.S. 411 across U.S. 78 & Alabama 25 - Parkway Drive. Railroad Avenue is ahead, as is the Norfolk Southern Railroad crossing. There is no end shield posted for U.S. 411. Photo taken 09/29/03.

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09/29/03 by AARoads

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Page Updated 11-01-2003.