Livingston Things to Do
Un. of West Alabama, Covered bridge on campus, old civil war homes, surrender site of Gen. Nathan B. Forrest, Courthouse, and downtown area.
Small hometown feeling, nice people, nice area, almost crime free, Tombigbee/Tenn. river waterway, college life.Related to:
Located off I-20 at exit 17 in Livingston, it has excellent steaks. ONLY open W, TH, F, and Sat nights 5pm till 10. Excellent local meeting place. 1/2 mile from Interstate on AL 28 going towards Livingston. It is located on the left side of highway 28.
Favorite Dish: NY Strip , baked potato, caramel cake. yum, yum.Related to:
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Livingston Off The Beaten Path
Any local church, most are old well kept churches, some new. The county court house, downtown area, University of West Alabama (founded 1835 by Julia Tutwiler), the surrender site of Confederate Gen. Nathan B. Forrest, and grave sites of famous jazz singers.
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