In 2009, we were in Cordova, Alabama and stopped for a couple of pics. In 2011, this exact piece of land, and that around it, was forever changed by the tornado that come through. The tornado left a damage path that was a staggering 116.45 miles long, and at the time it came through downtown here, was an EF-3, 1/2 mile wide (Cordova actually got hit by two tornadoes that day, one the EF-3 and another in the afternoon that was an EF-4). Since that time, there were fires, and the city decided to sweep the foundations clean.
The Tallulah in tile was from the old Tallulah Hotel.
Relieved to see that Tallulah’s still here. Hopefully this will be able to be preserved in some fashion:
Auburn’s Urban Studio has been working on helping Cordova: