Metal detecting spots….St. Clair County, Alabama

Ghost Towns

1. Pinkney…5 miles North of Whitney, near the county line
2. Slate…on the Northwest county line, 2 1/2 miles Northwest of Whitney
3. Alverson…3 miles Southwest of Whitney
4. Day…on the railroad, 4 miles Southwest of Whitney
5. Caldwell…on the railroad, 6 miles Southwest of Whitney
6. Oldtown…4 miles Northeast of St. Clair Springs
7. Pine Forest…4 miles South of Ashville
8. Hood…8 miles Northeast of Ashville, on Northeast county line
9. Pulaski…2 miles Southeast of Hood..ghost town above
10. Lock…on the railroad and East county line, 5 miles East Northeast of Ragland
11. Helms…3 miles South of Springville
12. Beaver Valley…3 miles North of Odenville
13. Parsons…on the railroad, 3 miles Northeast of Branchville
14. Taylorsburg…2 1/2 miles South of Branchville
15. Moody…5 miles Southwest of Branchville
16. Brompton…on the railroad, 5 miles East Northeast of Leeds
17. Cooks Springs…on the railroad, 9 miles East Northeast of Leeds
18. Coal City…on the railroad, 5 miles North of Pell City
19. Seddon…on the railroad and East county line, 2/12 miles East of Pell City

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