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This is actually the Royall Mill! It's over 300 years old,it has connections to the Archers too I believe.

I spent my summers in Cloverlick my name I Ian Dugger and related to the Coyners,Hankins, Ligons and Browns. I remember putting pennies on the tracks fo the train to run over.John, Bo, and Evelyn at the general store,Rowndy..and Mr Kessler took care of our farm .When he passed Alfred took over the upkeep of the house and property.I lived there for a hole year in 1990 and Lee Gardner was taking care of the cattle..there is so much history there and I pretty much know most of it and all the players...I've been spending all my weekends up there working on the gray house next to the Craces's house.@ Miguk I have some pictures of your grandfather and some of Alfred to somewhere....If you want to contact me feel free isdatbond@yahoo.com. It's still the most beautiful place on the planet. Prettymamamsuz I know Farrell Kelly too...Cloverlick=heaven

Sadly Bogart's went out of business.

Beautiful scenery. LIKE+FAVORITE!

I'm so glad to hear that the historical society stepped in! Shortly after I began my exploring days in 2006, I've been meaning to take the ferry--it is something I've really wanted to do. I'm not out there all that often (as a college student, the money to afford gas out there isn't always available), though when I'm in the region it's usually the wrong day, wrong season, or I don't have the time. I went to the ferry once, and to my dismay learned I missed the season by one week. I still hope to ride it someday.

Thanks for posting this, it was great to see!

-Malcolm

A $300M+ investment

From the 7/28/2010 USA Today

Breathing new life into old train depots

... U.S. history also is on display in a depot near the home of former president James Madison. There, not far from the small town of Orange, Va., a depot built in 1910 reopened in February as an exhibit to tell the story of how it operated during the era of segregation.

Signs have been restored to show how the largest waiting room with a view of approaching trains was designated for whites, and the smaller one, with no view, for blacks, says Michael Quinn, president of the Montpelier Foundation. The exhibit is free and open to the public

"It's a powerful teaching tool for us," Quinn says. ...

Beautiful stage.Fantastic perspective.Fran.

Wondrous landscape.Fantastic picture.From Spain.Gretings.Fran.

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