A restored 19th century community church at the Veto Road trailhead of the Richard Martin Trail, a multi-use Rails-to-Trails in Limestone County, Alabama.
Veto’s 20th century general store, now renovated and registered as the Veto Lodge AirBnB.
The Barbara Ann: a reminder of the past welcomes campers to Mill Creek RV Park.
The Elkmont depot, built in 1887 by the Louisville & Nashville Railroad; restored as the community center.
The original Tennessee & Alabama Central Railroad became an important supply line for the Union army in the American Civil War; a bloody battle occurred at the Sulphur Creek Trestle (one mile south of Elkmont) in September, 1864.
The Louisville & Nashville Railroad continued as a supply line for the area until 1986.
Belle Chevre creates artisanal goat cheeses in Elkmont.
Elkmont store fronts along Upper Fort Hampton Road, including Belle Chevre’s shop and tasting room.
Back door views.
Belle Chevre goats soak up sunshine at the creamery.