The Swinging Bridge at Neal’s Landing

One of the most impressive construction projects in the history of Jackson County was completed at Neal’s Landing on the Chattahoochee River in 1927. Those who experienced this famed and feared “Swinging Bridge” never forgot it! The story of Neal’s Landing is actually older than Jackson County itself. The Creek Indian village of Ekanachatte (“Red […]

Covered Bridge Trail in Blount County, Alabama

The Blount County Covered Bridge Trail is a self-guided driving tour to three charming and historic covered bridges. Click play to enjoy: The Covered Bridge Trail is just a short distance north of the Birmingham metro area. The ideal place to begin your tour is in the county seat of Oneonta. From there, drive about […]

Curry Ferry Landing: Revolutionary War crossing point in Holmes County, Florida

Curry Ferry Landing is a boat launch on the Choctawhatchee River in Holmes County, Florida… but it is also much more! The ferry was in use before the American Revolution and was used by British troops during that conflict. Click play to watch this fascinating story: If you enjoyed the story of Curry Ferry Landing, […]

The Pensacola – St. Augustine Road: A remarkable journey down Highway 2 in the Florida Panhandle

The Pensacola – St. Augustine Road was the first road connecting the two historic capitals of Florida during the Colonial era. In this special feature, Two Egg TV’s Rachael Conrad searches for traces of the historic trail and finds much more than expected! Add Two Egg TV to your Roku for free! Just search for […]

Historic River Road in Sneads, Florida

Historic River Road (SR 271) leads from Sneads north along the Florida side of Lake Seminole. It is one of the oldest roads in Florida: See more “off the beaten path” places by viewing our current program stream at https://twoegg.tv. Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Pinterest Reddit