Ben Venue Plantation House

– Click on the image to enlarge or purchase – Ben Venue Plantation House The Ben Venue Plantation House is the central building to one of the best preserved mid-19th century farm complexes in Virginia. It is located just south of Flint Hill in Rappahannock County Virginia. As the land in the Tidewater area of Virginia began to wear out in the 18th century,...

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Mecklenburg Tobacco Warehouse

– Click on the image to enlarge or purchase – Mecklenburg Tobacco Warehouse The Mecklenburg Tobacco Warehouse is believed to be the oldest stone tobacco facility in West Virginia. Construction was completed around 1796-97. It is located on the banks of the Potomac River allowing for easy export in the period before railroads existed. It is a rare example of...

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St Margaret of Antioch Church

– Click on the image to enlarge or purchase – St Margaret of Antioch Church St Margaret of Antioch Church is the Parish church for Darenth, about three miles south-east of Dartford in North West Kent. It is reckoned to be the third oldest church in Kent and the sixth oldest in the United Kingdom. Like other churches along the Darent Valley such as St Michael...

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Gloucester County Courthouse

– Click on the image to enlarge or purchase – Gloucester County Courthouse Gloucester County is on the Virginia’s Middle Peninsula. It was formed in 1651 from York County to the south across the York River. The Gloucester County Courthouse is generally accepted to have been built in 1766. There are claims, though, that it may have been built much earlier....

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Arts and Industries Building

– Click on the image to enlarge or purchase – Arts and Industries Building The Arts and Industries Building on the south side of The Mall in Washington, DC, is the second oldest of the Smithsonian buildings. Originally called the United States National Museum, it was the first purpose built facility for public display of the Smithsonian Institution’s growing...

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Fork Church

– Click on the image to enlarge or purchase – Fork Church Fork Church is a historic Episcopal church located near Ashland in Hanover County, Virginia. Built in 1735, it was the second parish church of St. Martin’s Parish. The church was originally known as the Lower Church of St. Martin’s Parish but soon became known as Fork Church. This name is a reference...

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