Staunton, VA Photos

Staunton, VA sits in the Shenandoah Valley between the Blue Ridge and Allegheny Mountains of the Appalachian Range. Started in the 1730s the town grew into an import manufacturing and transportation hub. While these were destroyed during the Civil War, heritage buildings and the nature of the town survived which gives Staunton a critical mass of architectural interest.

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First Presbyterian Church & Frederick Streetscape. Staunton, VA.Judge Archibald Stuart House. Staunton, VA.George M. Cochran House. Staunton, VA.L.W.H Peyton House. Staunton, VA.
First Presbyterian Church (1872) & Frederick Streetscape. Staunton, VA. Style: Romanesque Revival.Judge Archibald Stuart House (1791) (120 Church St.). Staunton, VA. Style: Classical Revival.George M. Cochran House (1851) (600 W. Johnson St.). Staunton, VA. Style: Greek Revival.L.W.H Peyton House (1912) (307 E. Beverley St.). Staunton, VA. Style: Georgian Revival. Architect: Sam Collins.
The Oaks. Staunton, VA.Dr. J.C.M. Merrillat House in board & baton style. Staunton, VA.Oakdene. Staunton, VA.C&O railroad at entrance to Staunton with giant watering can sculpture. Staunton, VA.
The Oaks (Jed Hotchkiss House) (c1840 & 1888) (437 E. Beverley St.). Staunton, VA.Dr. J.C.M. Merrillat House (1851) (521 E. Beverley St.) in board & baton style. Staunton, VA. Style: Gothic Revival.Oakdene (1893) (605 E. Beverley St.). Staunton, VA.C&O railroad at entrance to Staunton with giant watering can sculpture. Staunton, VA.
Woodrow Wilson Birthplace was manse of First Presbyterian Church & home to Wilson's parents. Staunton, VA.


Woodrow Wilson Birthplace (1846) (24 N. Coalter St.) was manse of First Presbyterian Church & home to Wilson's parents (starting 1855). Staunton, VA. On National Register.



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