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Crossing The James River
Photo By Charles Johnson

  • Title: Crossing The James River
  • State/Province/Region: Virginia
  • Country: United States
  • Nearest Area: Blue Ridge Parkway
  • Nearest Town: Glasgow, Virginia
  • Brief Directions: From I-81 exit at Natural Bridge, about 20 miles south of Lexington,Va. From Natural Bridge continue on through Glasgow and cross the mountain. The bridge can be seen near the road shortly after crossing the mountain.
  • Best Season: Autumn
  • Description: This foot bridge is a river crossing for the Appalachan Trail. It is a converted railroad bridge.It provides a beautiful view of the James River as it comes through the Blue Ridge Mountains.
  • Gear: Olympus film camera Fuji 200
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Keywords:  Scenic Routes
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