Norfolk Auto Row Historic District

Norfolk Auto Row Historic District, which in addition to structures associated with the sales and service of automobiles, includes buildings affiliated with Norfolk’s major newspaper, television, and radio enterprises, as […]

General Electric Specialty Control Plant

The General Electric Specialty Control Plant was constructed in 1953-55, with an expansion in 1960, and covers more than 25 acres along the South River in Waynesboro. The plant, which […]

NASA Langley Research Center Historic District

Established in 1917, during World War I, originally as the Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory and the nation’s first civilian aeronautics laboratory, the NASA Langley Research Center in the city of […]

Rogers’ Store

Rogers’ Store was preceded on this rural crossroads site in Surry County by Gwaltney’s Store, which was constructed in 1827. This building was converted to storage space when Rogers’ Store […]

Arlington Forest Historic District

The subdivision comprising the Arlington Forest Historic District, a commuter suburb of Washington D.C., reveals the innovative trends for suburban planning and house designs of the World War II era advocated […]

Cape Henry Lighthouse

This landmark commanding the entrance to Hampton Roads was the first lighthouse authorized, fully completed, and lighted by the newly organized federal government. The bid for its construction was approved […]

Andrews Tavern

Andrews Tavern in Spotsylvania County has served at various times as an ordinary, a school, a polling place, and a residence. The brick portion was built for Samuel Andrews soon […]

Linville Creek Bridge

The Linville Creek Bridge, on the southern end of the Rockingham County town of Broadway, is Virginia’s only Thacher truss bridge and one of only two surviving examples of its […]

Dayton Historic District

Established in 1833, the Rockingham County town of Dayton is among the most distinctive of several small towns lining the Shenandoah Valley’s former Harrisonburg-Warm Springs Turnpike. The turnpike, and later […]

Goshen Land Company Bridge

This lacy metal-truss bridge, with its distinctive thirty-degree skew, was built by the Groton Bridge Company for the Goshen Land and Improvement Company in 1890 when the Shenandoah Valley was […]