- Howell Heflin Lock and Dam
The Howell Heflin Lock and Dam (formerly named "Gainesville Lock and Dam") is part of the
Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway. It is located close to Gainesville, Alabama, and it impounds Gainesville Lake. It is named for Howell Heflin, a former United States Senator from Alabama.
List of Alabama dams and reservoirs
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