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J. H. C.  Mann Bridge, Spanning Maury River on State Route 631, East Lexington, Rockbridge County, VA

J. H. C. Mann Bridge, Spanning Maury River on State Route 631, East L...

Significance: The J.H.C. Mann Bridge was a pin-connected, Pratt camelback-truss that had a relatively long span for its date of construction (180'). As of 1974, it was the second longest truss span in this par... more

J. H. C.  Mann Bridge, Spanning Maury River on State Route 631, East Lexington, Rockbridge County, VA

J. H. C. Mann Bridge, Spanning Maury River on State Route 631, East L...

Significance: The J.H.C. Mann Bridge was a pin-connected, Pratt camelback-truss that had a relatively long span for its date of construction (180'). As of 1974, it was the second longest truss span in this par... more

J. H. C.  Mann Bridge, Spanning Maury River on State Route 631, East Lexington, Rockbridge County, VA

J. H. C. Mann Bridge, Spanning Maury River on State Route 631, East L...

Significance: The J.H.C. Mann Bridge was a pin-connected, Pratt camelback-truss that had a relatively long span for its date of construction (180'). As of 1974, it was the second longest truss span in this par... more

James River & Kanawha Canal, Ben Salem Lock, Maury River, Lexington, Lexington, VA

James River & Kanawha Canal, Ben Salem Lock, Maury River, Lexington, L...

Significance: Located on the western bank of the Maury River (formerly the North River) approximately 1 mile downstream from its junction with the South River, the Ben Salem Lock is constructed out of rough and... more

James River & Kanawha Canal, Ben Salem Lock, Maury River, Lexington, Lexington, VA

James River & Kanawha Canal, Ben Salem Lock, Maury River, Lexington, L...

Significance: Located on the western bank of the Maury River (formerly the North River) approximately 1 mile downstream from its junction with the South River, the Ben Salem Lock is constructed out of rough and... more

James River & Kanawha Canal, Ben Salem Lock, Maury River, Lexington, Lexington, VA

James River & Kanawha Canal, Ben Salem Lock, Maury River, Lexington, L...

Significance: Located on the western bank of the Maury River (formerly the North River) approximately 1 mile downstream from its junction with the South River, the Ben Salem Lock is constructed out of rough and... more

James River & Kanawha Canal, South River Dam & Lock, Maury River, Lexington, Lexington, VA

James River & Kanawha Canal, South River Dam & Lock, Maury River, Lexi...

Significance: Located on the western bank of the Maury River (formerly the North River) approximately one-quarter mile upstream from its junction with the South River. In its present condition, the dam is appr... more

James River & Kanawha Canal, South River Dam & Lock, Maury River, Lexington, Lexington, VA

James River & Kanawha Canal, South River Dam & Lock, Maury River, Lexi...

Significance: Located on the western bank of the Maury River (formerly the North River) approximately one-quarter mile upstream from its junction with the South River. In its present condition, the dam is appr... more

James River & Kanawha Canal, South River Dam & Lock, Maury River, Lexington, Lexington, VA

James River & Kanawha Canal, South River Dam & Lock, Maury River, Lexi...

Significance: Located on the western bank of the Maury River (formerly the North River) approximately one-quarter mile upstream from its junction with the South River. In its present condition, the dam is appr... more

James River & Kanawha Canal, South River Dam & Lock, Maury River, Lexington, Lexington, VA

James River & Kanawha Canal, South River Dam & Lock, Maury River, Lexi...

Significance: Located on the western bank of the Maury River (formerly the North River) approximately one-quarter mile upstream from its junction with the South River. In its present condition, the dam is appr... more

James River & Kanawha Canal, South River Dam & Lock, Maury River, Lexington, Lexington, VA

James River & Kanawha Canal, South River Dam & Lock, Maury River, Lexi...

Significance: Located on the western bank of the Maury River (formerly the North River) approximately one-quarter mile upstream from its junction with the South River. In its present condition, the dam is appr... more

James River & Kanawha Canal, South River Dam & Lock, Maury River, Lexington, Lexington, VA

James River & Kanawha Canal, South River Dam & Lock, Maury River, Lexi...

Significance: Located on the western bank of the Maury River (formerly the North River) approximately one-quarter mile upstream from its junction with the South River. In its present condition, the dam is appr... more

James River & Kanawha Canal, South River Dam & Lock, Maury River, Lexington, Lexington, VA

James River & Kanawha Canal, South River Dam & Lock, Maury River, Lexi...

Significance: Located on the western bank of the Maury River (formerly the North River) approximately one-quarter mile upstream from its junction with the South River. In its present condition, the dam is appr... more

James River & Kanawha Canal, South River Dam & Lock, Maury River, Lexington, Lexington, VA

James River & Kanawha Canal, South River Dam & Lock, Maury River, Lexi...

Significance: Located on the western bank of the Maury River (formerly the North River) approximately one-quarter mile upstream from its junction with the South River. In its present condition, the dam is appr... more

James River & Kanawha Canal, South River Dam & Lock, Maury River, Lexington, Lexington, VA

James River & Kanawha Canal, South River Dam & Lock, Maury River, Lexi...

Significance: Located on the western bank of the Maury River (formerly the North River) approximately one-quarter mile upstream from its junction with the South River. In its present condition, the dam is appr... more

James River & Kanawha Canal, South River Dam & Lock, Maury River, Lexington, Lexington, VA

James River & Kanawha Canal, South River Dam & Lock, Maury River, Lexi...

Significance: Located on the western bank of the Maury River (formerly the North River) approximately one-quarter mile upstream from its junction with the South River. In its present condition, the dam is appr... more

James River & Kanawha Canal, South River Dam & Lock, Maury River, Lexington, Lexington, VA

James River & Kanawha Canal, South River Dam & Lock, Maury River, Lexi...

Significance: Located on the western bank of the Maury River (formerly the North River) approximately one-quarter mile upstream from its junction with the South River. In its present condition, the dam is appr... more

James River & Kanawha Canal, South River Dam & Lock, Maury River, Lexington, Lexington, VA

James River & Kanawha Canal, South River Dam & Lock, Maury River, Lexi...

Significance: Located on the western bank of the Maury River (formerly the North River) approximately one-quarter mile upstream from its junction with the South River. In its present condition, the dam is appr... more

James River & Kanawha Canal, South River Dam & Lock, Maury River, Lexington, Lexington, VA

James River & Kanawha Canal, South River Dam & Lock, Maury River, Lexi...

Significance: Located on the western bank of the Maury River (formerly the North River) approximately one-quarter mile upstream from its junction with the South River. In its present condition, the dam is appr... more

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