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Pleasant Valley Depot, State Route 679, Pleasant Valley, Rockingham County, VA

Pleasant Valley Depot, State Route 679, Pleasant Valley, Rockingham County, VA

 
 
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Significance: Completed in 1875, the Pleasant Valley Depot is an extant example of a series of depots built along the Valley Railroad in a period of prosperity following the Civil War. It is the last of its kind in the area and it retains much of its distinctive Victorian ornamentation. / The Pleasant Valley Depot, built in 1874, is a remnant of the prosperity which occurred in the valley after the Civil War. It is one of a series of private businesses with depots that were built along the valley railroad. The Depot, the last in the area, still retains much of its distinctive Victorian ornament.
Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: FN-343
Survey number: HABS VA-1249
Building/structure dates: 1875 Initial Construction

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Pleasant Valley (Va.)38.38644, -78.89495
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