Huntsville, Alabama

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Beckers Block (Madison County, Alabama)
Big Spring (Madison County, Alabama)
The original water source of Huntsville.
Building at 105 N. Washington Street (Madison County, Alabama)
Two-story, 5-bay brick facade with wide terra-cotta frieze window surrounds
Building at 305 Jefferson (Madison County, Alabama)
Buildings at 104--128 S. Side Sq. (Madison County, Alabama)
Church of the Visitation (Madison County, Alabama)
Clemens House (Madison County, Alabama)
Built by the first cousin of Samuel Clemens, better known as Mark Twain
Dallas Mill (Madison County, Alabama)
Began operation in 1892 as Alabama's largest cotton mill, manufacturing sheeting.
David C. Humphreys House (Madison County, Alabama)
Former residence, now a coffee & gift shop, and welcome center for a historic tour
Donegan Block (Madison County, Alabama)
Two-and-one-half-story, Italianate Revival brick structure on the Courthouse Square
Downtown Chevron Station (Madison County, Alabama)
Dunnavant's Building (Madison County, Alabama)
Three story brick office building that originally was a popular Huntsville department store
Episcopal Church of the Nativity (Madison County, Alabama)
Everett Building (Madison County, Alabama)
First National Bank (Madison County, Alabama)
Flint River Place (Madison County, Alabama)
Fowler's Department Store (Madison County, Alabama)
Department Store demolished to make way for a condo project
George Jude House (Madison County, Alabama)
Halsey Grocery Warehouse (Madison County, Alabama)
Henderson National Bank (Madison County, Alabama)
Moderne Style bank building
Hotel Russel Erskine (Madison County, Alabama)
An apartment building and former hotel in Huntsville, Alabama.
Hundley House (Madison County, Alabama)
Former residence now serving as a professional office
Hundley Rental Houses (Madison County, Alabama)
Former residences now serving as a professional offices
John Robinson House (Madison County, Alabama)
Kelly Brothers and Rowe Building (Madison County, Alabama)
Kildare-McCormick House (Madison County, Alabama)
Kress Building (Madison County, Alabama)
Art Deco Moderne Design 5 and 10 store, later an office, now housing bars
Leech-Hauer House (Madison County, Alabama)
Lincoln School (Madison County, Alabama)
A school built in 1929.
Lombardo Building (Madison County, Alabama)
Lowe Mill and Mill Village Historic District (Madison County, Alabama)
One of the state's outstanding intact examples of an early 20th Century mill village.
Lowry House (Madison County, Alabama)
Mason Building (Madison County, Alabama)
Two-story masonry building with a terra cotta facade
May and Cooney Dry Goods Company (Madison County, Alabama)
McCrary House (Madison County, Alabama)
Milligan Block (Madison County, Alabama)
Monte Sano Railroad Workers' House (Madison County, Alabama)
Mrs. William Robinson House (Madison County, Alabama)
Neutral Buoyancy Space Simulator (Madison County, Alabama)
Old Town Historic District (Madison County, Alabama)
The second historic district in Huntsville, Alabama.
Phelps-Jones House (Madison County, Alabama)
Propulsion and Structural Test Facility (Madison County, Alabama)
Rand Building (Madison County, Alabama)
Randolph Street Church of Christ (Madison County, Alabama)
Redstone Test Stand (Madison County, Alabama)
Saturn V Dynamic Test Stand (Madison County, Alabama)
Saturn V Space Vehicle (Madison County, Alabama)
A fine example of the enormous vehicle that took Americans to the moon
Schiffman Building (Madison County, Alabama)
Southern Railway System Depot (Madison County, Alabama)
The oldest surviving railroad depot in Alabama and one of the oldest in the United States.
Steele-Fowler House (Madison County, Alabama)
Steger House (Madison County, Alabama)
Struve-Hay Building (Madison County, Alabama)
Terry Hutchens Building (Madison County, Alabama)
Huntsville's first "skyscraper"
Times Building (Madison County, Alabama)
One of the oldest and tallest buildings in Huntsville
Twickenham Historic District (Madison County, Alabama)
The first historic district designated in Huntsville, Alabama.
U.S. Courthouse and Post Office (Madison County, Alabama)
Was built in 1932.
Urguhart House (Madison County, Alabama)
Vaught House (Madison County, Alabama)
W. L. Halsey Warehouse (Madison County, Alabama)
W. T. Hutchens Building (Madison County, Alabama)
Two story brick commercial building in downtown Huntsville
White-Turner-Sanford House (Madison County, Alabama)
William Burritt Mansion (Madison County, Alabama)
William Lanford House (Madison County, Alabama)
Withers-Chapman House (Madison County, Alabama)
Yarbrough Hotel (Madison County, Alabama)