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Medical College of Virginia Hospital Richmond. This is West Hospital.

Medical College of Virginia Hospital Richmond. This is West Hospital. There used to be 100 year old tunnels underneath leading to East Hospital and North Hospital, with scarey steam hissing along the way.

Richmond Dairy Co. -Apartments..    I pass this all the time.. I wonder do they sell Milk?

Richmond Dairy Co. I pass this all the time. I wonder do they sell Milk?

The Richmond Vampire is an urban legend that began soon after a collapse on the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad's Church Hill Tunnel at Church Hill, a district of Richmond, Virginia, which buried several workers alive on October 2, 1925.The story told of a blood covered creature with jagged teeth and skin hanging from its muscular body that emerged from the cave-in and raced toward the James River. Pursued by a group of men, the creature took refuge in Hollywood Cemetery, where it disappeared…

The Richmond Vampire is an urban legend that began soon after a collapse on the…

Surgical ampitheatre, Medical College of Virginia, 1890-1900

Surgical ampitheatre, Medical College of Virginia, (Hope that nobody had junior mints,lol--bad Seinfeld reference)!

Chapter 9. Egyptian Building, Medical College of Virginia in Richmond Virginia designed by Thomas Stewart. Part of the Egyptian Revival.

Chapter Egyptian Building, Medical College of Virginia in Richmond Virginia designed by Thomas Stewart. Part of the Egyptian Revival.

Hilary Baker House, St. John’s Church Historic District, Church Hill, Richmond, Virginia, built between 1813 and 1816 by Hilary Baker, who was in the hardware business with his sister’s husband, John Van Lew. The Federal style house has Flemish bond brickwork and flat plaster arches over the windows.

Hilary Baker House, St. John’s Church Historic District, Church Hill, Richmond, Virginia, built between 1813 and 1816 by Hilary Baker, who was in the hardware business with his sister’s husband, John Van Lew. The Federal style house has Flemish bond brickwork and flat plaster arches over the windows.

Ruins of Richmond, VA, 1865.

Ruins of Richmond, 1865

View of Toll Road Construction From Marshall Street Viaduct by Tom Netherwood; Richmond Newspapers, Inc. - May 25, 1957  Black and white photograph of construction of the Richmond-Petersburg Turnpike; image shows downtown Richmond from the Marshall Street viaduct; a temporary by-pass at Broad Street crosses the center of the photo; numerous office buildings and part of the Medical College of Virginia campus are visible in the background; construction equipment lines the by-pass.

View of Toll Road Construction From Marshall Street Viaduct by Tom Netherwood; Richmond Newspapers, Inc. - May 25, 1957 Black and white photograph of construction of the Richmond-Petersburg Turnpike; image shows downtown Richmond from the Marshall Street viaduct; a temporary by-pass at Broad Street crosses the center of the photo; numerous office buildings and part of the Medical College of Virginia campus are visible in the background; construction equipment lines the by-pass.

Medical College of Virginia Hospital - Originally housed a world known "Burn Center" and location of some of the first heart transplants.

Medical College of Virginia Hospital - Originally housed a world known "Burn Center" and location of some of the first heart transplants. This is where my daughter was born.

Johnston-Willis Hospital(now Kensington Court Apartments, 2900 Kensington Ave.), 1928.

The Devil's Triangle, Richmond, Virginia: Image of Johnston-Willis Hospital, 1928 (now Kensington Court Apts)my brother Mark had his tonsils out here

Miller and Rhoads, Richmond, VA I worked as a dresser for there Fashion Shows. While I was a fashion Design major at V C U in the 70's.

After years of being vacant, the Miller & Rhoads building in downtown Richmond, once a popular department store, is under renovation to become a Hilton hotel and condominiums.

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