Walker's Gap

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1965 view of the cut through Red Mountain at Walker's Gap for Green Springs Highway

Walker's Gap is a natural pass in Red Mountain between Birmingham's Glen Iris neighborhood and Homewood. The route through the gap is carried by Green Springs Highway.

On November 8, 1949 metal signs donated by engineer Erskine Ramsay were installed on the roadway cut to highlight the exposed iron ore seam.

To the west:
Grace's Gap
Red Mountain passes
Walker's Gap
To the east:
Lone Pine Gap

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