Jessees Mill

Jessees Mill is located beside a waterfall on Mill Creek, and nestled deep in the mountainous Clinch River Valley, in Russell County. It began circa 1851 as a single-pen log […]

Goblintown Mill

Situated on Little Goblintown Creek, near the intersection of Virginia secondary routes 704 and 705 in Patrick County, Goblintown Mill consists of a gristmill, built in the 1850s, and a […]

Grahams Forge Mill

The Grahams Forge Mill in Wythe County is one of the outstanding late-19th-century architectural gems of southwest Virginia. Although utilitarian in function, it is nevertheless a stunning site of rustic […]

Brookside Farm and Mill

In Grayson County, a region where very few such places have been preserved, the 433-acre Brookside Farm and Mill is remarkable for its collection of well-crafted and preserved structures—including a […]

Schuyler Historic District

Located on one of the world’s largest soapstone veins, the village of Schuyler on the Nelson and Albemarle county boundary initially was settled as a small, rural sawmilling community in […]

Clarkton Bridge

Clarkton Bridge employed an efficient “Camelback” steel truss system for its span across the Staunton River in Charlotte and Halifax counties. Erected in 1902 by Virginia Bridge & Iron Co., […]

S.S. John W. Brown

The S.S. John W. Brown is one of only two remaining, fully operational Liberty ships that participated in World War II.  The Liberty ship represented the design solution that filled the […]

Bowstring Truss Bridge

The Bowstring Truss Bridge, fabricated by the King Iron Bridge and Manufacturing Company of Cleveland, Ohio, was originally erected over Stony Fork in Bedford County in 1878, after flooding destroyed […]

Bush Mill

Located near Nickelsville, Scott County’s iconic Bush Mill, a 19th-century gristmill, was built in 1896 by Valentine Bush and operated under both the Bush and Bond families until 1952. Much […]

Page County Bridge No. 1990

Page County Bridge No. 1990, known as Overall Bridge, is a single-span Pratt deck arch metal truss bridge, built in 1938 by the Virginia Department of Highways. It carries U.S. […]