WHISTLER was an unincorporated community in Mobile County, until the 1950s when it was annexed into neighboring Prichard. The founding of Whistler, in the 1850s, coincided with construction of the Mobile and Ohio Railroad. The M & O, an early land grant railroad, eventually extended from Mobile to the Ohio River, and beyond to St. Louis, Missouri, and Chicago, Illinois. The town, seven miles north-northwest of Mobile, developed around the M & O shops.

 

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TRINITY GARDENS

TRINITY GARDENS is a unique neighborhood, anchored on the north and east by the City of Prichard; to the north and we...

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OAKDALE

OAKDALE, settled on the site of the former dairy and farmland in the late 19th and early 20th century, was a working ...

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TEXAS HILLS

Platted in the 1850s, the TEXAS HILLS community is a small inner-city neighborhood on Mobile’s south side, perfectly ...