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❤ Richmond, VA ❤

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Westover Plantation is just ONE of many plantations that line Route 5 between Williamsburg and Richmond, Virginia. Tour some and admire others from the road; the history of this stretch of road is like no other.

Virginia's Coastal Spring Drives

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Richmond Dairy

ken hopson's photography

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The S & W cafeteria was a local Richmond Virginia tradition. This was at Willow lawn Shopping center about 1967. | Vintage shots from days gone by! - Page 4149 - THE H.A.M.B.

Vintage shots from days gone by! | Page 4144 | The H.A.M.B.

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This May 1964 image shows the Rolling Pin Bakery on Lakeside Avenue. The bakery opened in the 1930s on West Broad Street. After the death of owner William T. Price in the late 1950s, the store relocated to Lakeside, where it remained for many more years before closing.

Rolling Pin Bakery 1964 - Richmond Times-Dispatch

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The Godspeed nears its mooring on Dock St. on the James Rivers as downtown Richmond can be seen in the background.

Richmond from the sky, part 10

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In March 1938, the Richmond-Ashland Electric Line ceased operating trolleys after 31 years. The route had its start in 1812 as a stagecoach toll road. Trolleys were seen as the way of the future in 1907, but because of financial difficulties, the route finally changed over to bus service.

Old picture from 1966 of intersection @ Lakeside & Dumbarton. My old stomping grounds. My how things have changed!

Lakeside 1956 - Richmond Times-Dispatch

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Parker Field - Richmond Virginia - Former Richmond Braves

Parker Field - Richmond Virginia - Former Richmond Braves

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Richmond, Va., 2004. A sinkhole gapes in Richmond, Va., on Aug. 31, 2004. The collapse was caused by heavy rain from the remnants of Tropical Storm Gaston. The unexpected downpour led to widespread flooding that left at least five dead and devastated a historic neighborhood. Mark Gormus / Richmond Times-Dispatch via AP

Richmond Coliseum under construction - 1970: Here's another great shot of the Richmond Coliseum under construction. You can see I-64 connecting to I-95 in the background, to give you an idea of the angle. Site's poster thinks all of the buildings you can see in this picture that are within a few blocks of the coliseum are now gone.

Strawberry Street Cafe by askpang, via Flickr....I remember back when they did this, it was when salad 'bars' came big on the scene..I lived on Grace Street and it was the coolest thing