Virginia Apple Storage Warehouse

In the City of Winchester, the Virginia Apple Storage Warehouse holds a significant place in the history of the local apple industry in the Shenandoah Valley, a region that has […]

C. L. Robinson Ice and Cold Storage Corporation

As one of the earliest apple processing and storage facilities constructed in the Shenandoah Valley, the former C. L. Robinson Ice and Cold Storage plant in Frederick County holds a […]

Civil War-Era National Cemeteries (MPD)

This Multiple Property Documentation Form (MPD) facilitates the individual nomination of Civil War-era cemeteries. Many contain the fine architectural examples of a prototype design of lodges that were executed in […]

Fort Loudoun Site

The Fort Loudoun Site is a half-acre portion within the Winchester Historic District where a young Colonel Washington designed and constructed a fort while serving as commander of the Virginia […]

Hawthorne and Old Town Spring

Located in the Winchester Historic District, Hawthorne is a handsome transitional Late Georgian and Federal-style residence constructed of stone. Partially built on an 18th-century foundation, the main block of the […]

Daniel Morgan House

The earliest part of the Daniel Morgan House, located in the Winchester Historic District, is timber frame, constructed in 1786 for merchant George Flowerdew Norton. Later owned by Morgan, a […]

The George Washington Hotel

The George Washington Hotel, built in 1924, served a steady stream of guests who arrived at Winchester by passenger train during the hotel’s early decades of operation. The Washington was […]

Triangle Diner

Built in 1948, the Triangle Diner, located in Winchester on its original lot, has preserved most of the Moderne architectural features that are representative of the stainless-steel prefabricated diners of […]

Douglas School

Douglas School, often referred to as Douglas High School and now known as the Douglas Community Learning Center, is located on North Kent Street in the City of Winchester. The […]

John Handley High School

Built between 1921 and 1923, John Handley High School is located on a 40-acre tract in the city of Winchester. Judge John Handley was born in Enniscorthy, County Wexford, Ireland. […]