Shenandoah County Library Archives

Shenandoah County Library Digital Archives

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Photographic card bearing an image of a steam locomotive and cars on the Narrow Passage Railroad Trestle located between Edinburg and Woodstock Virginia.

The reverse bears an advertisement for "War Views," images of various Civil War sites in…

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Photograph showing a crane mounted on a railcar working on the railroad trestle crossing Toms Brook in the town of Toms Brook Virginia.

This photograph was taken in the spring of 1924 when the Southern Railway Company installed a new bridge at…

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Photograph showing a crane mounted on a railcar working on the railroad trestle crossing Toms Brook in the town of Toms Brook Virginia.

This photograph was taken in the spring of 1924 when the Southern Railway Company installed a new bridge at…

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Photograph showing the railroad bridge crossing Stoney Creek in Edinburg after it was destroyed by a fire.

The photograph is undated, but the fire occurred on August 2, 1915.

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Postcard showing the bridge of Hawksbill Creek in Luray Virginia

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Postcard showing Brock's Gap in Rockigham County Virginia and a Railroad Bridge

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Postcard showing the iron bridge over the Shenandoah River west of New Market Virginia

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Postcard showing the Shenandoah River and Iron Bridge west of New Market Virginia

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Postcard showing the "Quaint Covered Bridge" crossing the North Fork of the Shenandoah River near Mt. Jackson Virginia.

This bridge, commonly known as the "Meems Bottom" Bridge, is the last remaining in Shenandoah County still in use.

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Postcard showing the covered bridge at Meems Bottom near Mt. Jackson Virginia

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Postcard showing the covered bridge that spans the Shenandoah River at Meems Bottom, south of Mt. Jackson Virginia.

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Postcard showing the Covered Bridge at Meems Bottom just south of Mt. Jackson Virginia.

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Postcard showing the covered bridge that spans the Shenandoah River at Meems Bottom, just south of Mt. Jackson Virginia.

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Postcard showing the Shenandoah River and a bridge that spans it near Mt. Jackson Virginia.

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Postcard showing "B Street" in Mt. Jackson Virginia and the bridge over the North Fork of the Shenandoah River. It is dated 1915.

Today this street is named Bridge Street and dead ends at the former site of the river bridge.

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Postcard with a picture of a swinging bridge across Stony Creek near Edinburg Virginia.

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Color postcard with a picture of the railroad bridge crossing Narrow Passage Creek. The bridge is located between Woodstock and Edinburg Virginia.

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Postcard showing a picture of the railroad bridge at Willow Grove, also known as Narrow Passage, south of Woodstock Virginia.

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Photographic postcard showing a steam locomotive and railroad cars crossing the Narrow Passage Railroad Bridge just south of Woodstock Virginia.

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Color postcard with a picture of the railroad bridge that crosses Narrow Passage Creek at the Willow Grove/Narrow Passage community just south of Woodstock Virginia.

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Postcard with a photograph of a steam locomotive and train crossing the railroad bridge across Narrow Passage at the Willow Grove Community.

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Color postcard with picture showing the swinging pedestrian bridge crossing the Shenandoah River at "Willow Grove" south of Woodstock Virginia. The area is now commonly called Narrow Passage.

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Color postcard with a picture of the bridge that formerly spanned the Shenandoah River near Woodstock Virginia.

The bridge was located at what is now call "Burnshire's" and has been replaced by a concrete structure.

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Postcard with a photograph showing the bridge over the Shenandoah River just west of Woodstock Virginia.

The postcard is dated 1914.

This area is commonly called "Burnshires" today.

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Postcard with a picture of the railroad bridge that crosses Pughs Run north of Woodstock Virginia.
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