George Wallace Tunnel in Mobile Alabama

barnsis

Marquand, United States

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When you enter Mobile Alabama from the east you drive across a long bridge over the Mobile Bay on the northern Gulf of Mexico. At the end of the bridge you drive through the George Wallace Tunnel which is a tunnel on Interstate 10 that crosses into the city’s downtown as it goes beneath the Mobile River. There are two tunnels, one going east and this one which goes west. They were built in sections then sank so they joined each other. They then pumped the water out of them and finished them making them water proof. The tunnel was named after the famous or infamous former governor of Alabama, George Wallace, who was a hard line segregationist.

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