Old Dominion Roads
Highlighting the Roads, Towns and Sites of Virginia
Welcome to Old Dominion Roads!  A site dedicated to documenting the numerous roads, towns, and places in Virginia.  From the Tidewater, to the Shenandoah, and to the Blue Ridge Mountains, Old Dominion Roads will showcase many of Virginia's most interesting features.  If you have questions, comments, ideas, or material you'd like to include, please e-mail me at aprince27@gmail.com

 
Road Signs and More:
- Webmaster's Personal Gallery ---My own collection of Virginia Highway Signs. 
- Virginia Road Sign Gallery ---Virginia is a sign enthusiast's delight! 
- The Cutout Collection ---A photo scavenger hunt for relics of signs past. 
- Vintage Virginia Road Photography ---Explore Virginia's rich road heritage here.

New Highways and Construction:
- US 48 (ARC Corridor H) ---Not As Controversial as the route is in West Virginia. 

Covered Bridges:
- Patrick County ---Patrick County is home to two of Virginia's eight remaining historical covered bridges. 

Inland Ferries:
- Jamestown-Scotland Ferry ---Virginia's largest inland ferry operation. 
- Sunnybank Ferry ---A Northumberland County landmark for over a century. 

Head Elsewhere:
- Mid-Atlantic Road Photos ---Sign Photo Galleries from AL, DC, OH, TN, IN, and GA. 
- PA Road Photos & More ---Covers all the in's, out's, & oddities of the Keystone State
- Mountain State Road Photos ---Head west into West Virginia, where it truly is 'Wild & Wonderful"
- All Things NC! ---Is what it says, All Things North Carolina.
- Links---Virginia has some great highway webpages, stop by and tell 'em I sent ya.

Highway Drives: -Virginia has so many scenic highways and byways, come take a journey down them
- US 15 - The James Madison Highway ---A two lane stroll through the heart of Virgina named after our Fourth President. 
- US 29 - The Seminole Trail ---Take a journey through the heart of Virginia. 
- The Blue Ridge Parkway ---Enjoy the colorful splendor of Virginia's Blue Ridge Mountains. 
- The Lee Highway ---Virginia's most historic auto trail.  Currenty open: US 29 & US 211. 

Small Towns of Virginia Series: -Towns found of the beaten path each with their own charming qualities.
- Cape Charles ---Once the transportation hub of the Eastern Shore; it's now one of the more sleepiest villages along the peninsula. 
- Charlotte Court House ---A quiet South Central Virginia Town with plenty of history. 
- Hanover Courthouse ---Patrick Henry arguedd the famous Parson's Case here. 
- Millwood---A Clarke County town that dates from the 1780's
- New Point Comfort Lighthouse ---A symbol of the Chesapeake since 1805.
- Paris---Although not in France, it still has plenty of romantic charm. 

Guestbook, Blog and Other Tidbits:
- Sign It
- View It
- You May Have Seen Me Here ---Press that I have received over the years.
- Sure, Why Not? ---The webmaster's off and on updated blog.

Of course, there is the fine print.....so here it is...Information may be used if proper credit is given to the author, photographer, etc. and permission has been given by such.  All rights reserved.  This site, last I checked, is not affiliated with the Virginia Department of Transportation, the Commonwealth of Virginia, or any other local, county, state, and/or federal government organization.  This site is a non-commercial enterprise.  It is an educational resource, and a fun hobby at that!

Page Created: January 7, 2003
Last Updated: April 5, 2008

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