Ragland is a small town located in St. Clair County in east-central Alabama. Originally named Trout Creek, Ragland provides several opportunities to explore its history, including Harkey’s Chapel Methodist Church and the Ragland Depot Museum. The town encompasses nearly 17 square miles and is home to over 1,600 residents.
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