Aquia Episcopal Church

– Click on the image to enlarge or purchase – Aquia Episcopal Church Aquia Episcopal Church is the parish church of Overwharton Parish in Stafford County, Virginia. It is located on a heavily wooded hilltop at the northeast corner of the intersection of US Route 1 and State Route 610. The church is accessed by a steep, curving drive which due to its location...

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General Philip Sheridan Equestrian Statue

– Click on the image to enlarge or purchase – General Philip Sheridan Equestrian Statue The General Philip Sheridan Equestrian Statue is located on Sheridan Circle on Massachusetts Avenue in Northwest Washington DC. It is one the eighteen statues and monuments spread out through central and northwest Washington collectively known as the Civil War Monuments....

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Rockingham County Courthouse

– Click on the image to enlarge or purchase – Rockingham County Courthouse The Rockingham County Courthouse is located on a square in the center of Harrisonburg, Virginia. It was built in 1897 and is the fifth such building to be located on this prominent site in the center of town. Rockingham County was formed in 1788 from Augusta County to the north....

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Jud Christie Covered Bridge

– Click on the image to enlarge or purchase – Jud Christie Covered Bridge The Jud Christie Covered Bridge, also known as the Jud Christian Covered Bridge crosses Little Fishing Creek in Jackson Township, Columbia County, Pennsylvania. It is located on Ardens Hill Road, off Sereno Hollow Road in the north of the County. It is the second of three remaining...

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Breneman-Turner Mill

– Click on the image to enlarge or purchase – Breneman-Turner Mill The Breneman-Turner Mill is the oldest surviving, fully equipped, pre-Civil War gristmill in Rockingham County, Virginia. It is located on Turners Mill Lane at the junction with Breneman Church Road about 3.4 miles north of Harrisonburg. One of the first settlers in Rockingham County was Adam...

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Christ Episcopal Church Lancaster County

РClick on the image to enlarge or purchase РChrist Episcopal Church Lancaster County Christ Episcopal Church Lancaster County is the most perfect surviving example of a colonial church in Virginia. It is located at the eastern end of Virginia’s Northern Neck a couple of miles north of the Rappahannock River. The church has remained virtually unchanged since...

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