Anniston

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Hotels in Anniston

Anniston Accommodations (4)
The Victoria Anniston

The Victoria Anniston

4.00 137 reviews

1600 Quintard Ave., Anniston, United States

Best Value Inn-Anniston

Best Value Inn-Anniston

1.00 5 reviews

6210 McClellan Blvd, Anniston, United States

American Inn Anniston

American Inn Anniston

1.00 3 reviews

1015 Highway 431 North, Anniston, United States

McClellan Inn Anniston

McClellan Inn Anniston

1.50 3 reviews

5708 Weaver Road, Anniston, United States

Travel Blogs from Anniston

Anniston Travel Blogs (4)
A Visit to the Model City, Anniston, United States travel blog

A Visit to the Model City

A travel blog entry by burtonll

Anniston, Alabama, population 26,623. Progressive industrialist Samuel Noble founded Anniston as "a model city" in 1872, establishing textile mills and blast furnaces to help the South recover from the Civil War's devastation. Renowned architect ...

Fort McClellan, Anniston, United States travel blog

Fort McClellan

A travel blog entry by trivialpursuit

Steve became Drill Instructor Matt was born ...

Saints Bear Spotted in Anniston, Alabama, Anniston, United States travel blog

Saints Bear Spotted in Anniston, Alabama

A travel blog entry by arringtons

Pretty severe storms last night - Saints Bear spent some time this morning cleaning ...

Everything is relative, Anniston, United States travel blog

Everything is relative

A travel blog entry by nhsteve

5

... Samuel could be related directly.  Samuel Noble joined with John Tyler and both formed the Woodstock Iron Works, in Anniston.  Woodstock Iron produced cannons and Mortars for the Confederate Army.  The rest of Tues, was spent taking ...

Attractions in Anniston

Anniston Attractions (2)
Berman Museum of World History

Berman Museum of World History

4.50

Lagarde Park, Anniston, Alabama, United States

Big Chair

Big Chair

3.50

625 Noble Street, Anniston, Alabama, United States

Thirty-three-foot-tall office chair built from ten tons of steel.