Benjamin Fitzpatrick Bridge

Benjamin Fitzpatrick Bridge
Street address: 

Barnett Blvd.
Tallassee, AL 36078

Open 24 hours.

Tallassee Chamber of Commerce, 301-A King St.
Tallassee, AL 36078


Horizontally arched bridge spanning Tallapoosa River. One of world's longest curved bridges. 143 ft. above water, 1738 ft. long.

The bridge opened on December 10, 1940, connecting east and west Tallassee.

Benjamin Fitzpatrick (1802 –1869) was the 11th Governor of the state of Alabama and later a United States Senator from Alabama.

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