April 23, 2017

Downtown Edinburg, VA


Here we have some street scenes in Edinburg, a quaint town in Shenandoah County. You can click on the collage to see it larger.



There are a number of churches in the town. This one is Edinburg Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). A plaque tells us it dates to 1869.

Although the town covers less than one square mile of land, much of the surrounding area carries an Edinburg address.

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9 comments:

  1. Very enjoyable photos Linda, must go there one day. Have a great week :)

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  2. The architecture there looks quite distinctive.

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  3. Interesting pictures. I've never been there. That church is pretty.

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  4. What a pretty little town... Love your collage in the first picture showing the beauty of Edinburg... Thanks for sharing.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  5. It is so much fun to visit unique small towns like this one.

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  6. What a pretty town, thank you for sharing such lovely images with us today, darling Linda !


    Wishing you a beautiful week to come,
    I'm sending blessings across the many miles

    XOXO Dany

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  7. Looks like a very nice old church, like the portico

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  8. I remember driving through towns with beautiful homes such as these in Edinburg whilst vacationing in Virginia many years ago, quaint and old fashioned maybe but I love them!

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