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Morning view of the James River

Onlookers gather to watch the flood waters of the James River near the south end of of the Lee Bridge in Richmond. The James River peaked at 28.6 ft in Richmond from Hurricane Camille. 8/21/1969. No. 69-2051, Virginia Governor's Negative Collection, Library of Virginia.

The waiting station for the Lakeside Trolley.

Lee Bridge Demolition, Richmond VA 1989 | Flickr - Photo Sharing! - This picture was made while the old Robert E. Lee bridge, the beautiful Art Deco thing on the left, was being torn down, several years after it was replaced by the bridge standing under (believe it's Belvedere St.). Notice they had to build a giant mole across the river & under the bridge to bring it down. pictures for a Photo 101 project at VCU in 1989, under the great Allen Jones.

Jesse James, 1869, Nebraska City

moon over the james | sherriconley | etsy

Satellite Restaurant Richmond, VA by Seth Gaines, via Flickr