The Hayden Bridge or Standridge Bridge was a 432-foot long, 4-span covered bridge spanning Locust Fork east of the Hayden in Blount County. It was built in 1934 using a Town lattice truss, of the type patented by Ithiel Town of Connecticut in 1820 which uses numerous small members pegged together into a lattice pattern to build up the spanning members.
- Prince, A. G. (1981) Alabama's Covered Bridges: Past and Present. revised edition. Ensley: Best Printing Service