THE CAHABA PROJECT ORNAMENT
This ornament features the rock gazebo at the intersection of Main Street (U. S. Highway 11) and Parkway Drive, in Trussville, Alabama. The gazebo marks the entrance to The Cahaba Project, a Works Progress Administration project that reclaimed the property where Trussville Furnace had been located. The project, Cahaba Homestead Village, was nicknamed "Slagheap Village" in 1938.
These signs are made from laser cut steel and designed and manufactured in Birmingham, AL. Each piece is coated in outdoor-grade paint, making it long-lasting for either indoor or outdoor use.
Ornament measures 4.5" in diameter.
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