From the City of Irondale website
"On October 5, 1887, twenty-nine residents of a small mining/railroad community outside Birmingham, Alabama petitioned for incorporation. On October 19, 1887, the town of Irondale was incorporated following a vote on October 17, (32 for and 6 against). Corporate limits extended one-half mile in every direction from the center, between three oaks standing in said town about midway between the Alabama Great Southern and the Georgia Pacific Railroads and nearly in front of the Hotel Resort (by 1912 the hotel no longer existed, but for many years and long after the trees were gone, there was a marker designating the center of the town). Irondale, consisting of only four blocks in 1887, was ready to begin the growth that has made it what it is today."
Discover a great land opportunity in Irondale, Alabama. This property spans 0.57 acres in a peaceful neighborhood within Jefferson County. With existing sewer and water...
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