Railroad Park Foundation
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Railroad Park is a 19-acre park in Birmingham, Alabama, United States, that opened in the fall of 2010. It was designed by landscape architect Tom Leader and built by Birmingham-based Brasfield & Gorrie. The park lies immediately south of the Norfolk Southern and CSX rail lines through downtown…
Enjoy a walk in the park, scooter & bike rides and the beautiful “Rail Road Park”
A park in the heart of downtown Birmingham. A great place to walk, have a picnic, or let the kids play at the playground.
Great place to go on a walk or spend the day relaxing with a picnic. Walking distance from the loft!
Another gem in the heart of downtown. Take a jog or walk around the park, during the summer participate in evening exercise programs at 6, listen to the symphony, or take your lunch and sit on a bench or under the pavilion and people watch. You're directly across the street from Birmingham Baron's…
Weekly concerts in the park during summer. Electric bikes, scooters and hoverboards can be rented throughout the area.
This is a really nice place to go get out and enjoy the fresh air and sunlight!
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