The Brookwood Bridge or Hurricane Creek Bridge was a 177-foot-long covered bridge over Hurricane Creek in Tuscaloosa County. It was constructed about 1850 using a Town lattice truss of light pine members fastened with White oak pegs according to the system patented in 1820 by Ithiel Town of Connecticut. The passage was 16 feet wide by 10 feet high.
The bridge was bypassed with the construction of I-59. In 1965 a group of picnickers took shelter from the rain in the bridge and built a fire. The extinguished it before leaving, but the embers set the wood structure ablaze during the night.
- Prince, A. G. (1981) Alabama's Covered Bridges: Past and Present. revised edition. Ensley: Best Printing Service