|Natchez Trace Parkway
||At the Tennessee/ Alabama border, Natchez Trace Parkway (Alabama part of the byway) starts it's journey. Native Americans, Kaintuck boatmen, post riders, government officials and soldiers all moved across this trail, creating a vital link between the Mississippi Territory and the fledgling United States.
||Community of Threet, Alabama, A State Road that connects Natches Trace Parkway with State Route #17, passing through Community of Cloverdale, Alabama
||Intersection State Highway #20, General John Coffee Highway, Community of Sillivan Crossroads, Aalabama, Community of Central Heights, Alabama
||Waterloo Road, Community of Gravelly Springs, Alabama, Community of Wright, Alabama, Tennessee River, Community of Rhoadesville, Alabama,
||A Bridge over Tennessee River on which Natchez Trace Parkway crosses the Tennessee River on the Alabama part of the Byway.
||Access Road to the Tennessee River, Alabama, Community of Gerogetown, Alabama
||N Pike to Cherokee, Alabama, a town in Colbert County, Alabama, Riverton Rose Trail, Community of Lane Springs, Alabama
||Connecting Road with State Highway #72/2, Cherokee, Alabama, a town in Colbert County, Alabama, lies east of here on State Highway #2/72, Barton Hall, also known as the Cunningham Plantation, is an antebellum plantation house built for Armstead Barton in the 1840s near present day Cherokee, Alabama. The home is located east of the Natchez Trace Parkway, Alabama. Comnmunities of Lime Kiln, Alabama, Margerum, Alabama are located west of here on State Highway #72/2.
||Intersection of Forest Routes / Mount Hesler Road,
|Buddy Durham Road
||Buddy Durham Road, Asphalt Rock Road, Community of Mynot, Alabama
||Maud Road, Allsboro Road, Community of Burnstown, Alabama, Community of Maud, Alabama.
||Alabama/Mississippi Border, where Alabama part of the Natchez Trace Parkway ends, it continues it's journey to Mississipi.