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Home » National Historic Landmarks in Alabama » Montgomery Snagboat

Montgomery Snagboat

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Address

1382 Lock and Dam RoadCarrollton AL 35447

Facts

One of the last surviving steam-powered sternwheelers in the U.S, Was important role in building the Atlabama–Tombigbee–Tennessee River Project. Is now Boat Museum in Carrollton, Alabama. Built by the Charleston Dry Dock and Machine Company of Charleston in 1925. The United States Army Corps of Engineers operated the Montgomery Snagboat.

Things To Do

The Boat Museum Is located at the Tom Bevill Lock and Dam Visitor Center

Montgomery Snagboat, Carrollton , Alabama