Luray Caverns, Luray, Virginia

John Cowgill: Stories of the Railroad


If you drive 93 miles southwest of Washington D.C., and you will find yourself in the town of Luray, Virginia.  This small town located at the junction of U.S. Routes 211 and 340, it has a few attractions, but the most famous attraction is Luray Caverns, the largest cavern east of the Appalachian Mountains and the most visited caverns in the eastern United States.  The caverns, like others across the nation, is an amazing natural wonder.  If are even in the region, you will want to make your way to Luray Caverns.


Some of you are saying, “I think that this is wonderful.  These caverns must be very amazing.  The problem is that this a cave, and there are no railroads in this cavern.  Therefore, you will not be seeing me explore this place.”


Luray Caverns is a spectacular place to see.  Of course, there are no railroads inside the…

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