Even though I've lived in West AL most of my life, it was only about 18 months ago that I learned about the former AT&N and its route from Reform, AL to Mobile, AL. The AT&N was abandoned before just before my time so I never knew there was a RR down the western edge of AL dispite having traveled up and down this side of the state numerous times. Even though I grew up about 45 miles N of the North end of the AT&N, over the last 18 months, I've developed an interest in the history of the former line and the services it provided to rural extreme Western AL. Later this month I have to go to Mobile, AL for the first time since learning of the AT&N. My route, AL 17, pretty much parallels the AT&N from Reform south to Tibbie. At Tibbie the AT&N turned southeast toward US 43 where it turned south again down to Mobile. I took the towns listed in the "AT&N Map" thread and put them into Google maps. I used the pedestrian route feature to get the shortest route via public roads in order to come up with a map that shows something a little closer to the actual AT&N route than the "straight line" map taken from "All Aboard." Unfortunately I am having trouble getting the map image uploaded. I'll try again later. What's nice about google maps is that by using the satelite imagery, you can actually see the old R.O.W. if you know what to look for and where to look for it. There are several segments of the old roadbed which appear to be public and private roads. Most of them appear to be dead ends. The longest through-segment seems to be Densmore St.; a 5.5 mile segment south of Emelle that comes back out on the highway. I'm going to try to remember to drive down the old AT&N roadbed there. Another thing I learned since my last trip to Mobile is that Frisco 1527 is sitting down there in a park. I plan to go by there and take a pic. I hope to post pics when I return.