Great Virginia Drives - The Lee Highway

The Lee Highway is the longest and one of the more storied of Virginia's named trails.  Named after the great Confederate General, Robert E. Lee, the Lee Highway runs from the state's southwest corner in Bristol, through the Shenandoah Valley, then over the Blue Ridge Mountains, and across Northern Virginia to our nation's Capital.  This feature will cover the people, places, and stories along the Lee Highway.  If you wish to contact the webmaster, please e-mail me.

The Lee Highway - A History
The Lee Highway - Warrenton to Washington
Including stops at Arlington, Fairfax, and Manassas National Battlefield Park
The Lee Highway - New Market to Warrenton
Including stops at Luray and Washington
The Lee Highway - Bristol to New Market
In Development

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    Sources & Links:

  • The Virginia Highways Project ---Mike Roberson/William Froehlig
  • Mike Roberson
  • US 11/29/211 shields throughout via Wikipedia Commons



    Page Created: December 17, 2006
    Last Updated: December 31, 2006

    © 2006 William Lawson

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