This is the National D-Day Memorial in Bedford, Virginia. The town of Bedford had the greatest number of loses during the invasion of Normandy which is why the memorial is here.
This is the old Norfolk and Western Train Station in Roanoke, Virginia. It now houses the city visitor center and the O. Winston Link Museum. When this train station was decommissioned, there was no more passenger rail service to Roanoke, but an Amtrak station opened nearby in October of 2017 bringing passenger service back to the city.
This is the Ben Lomond House in Manassas, Virginia. It was a plantation home that became a hospital during the first and second Battles of Manassas. If you are asking who Ben Lomond is, well, it is a mountain in Scotland.
This is the Stanley Institute in Cambridge, Maryland. It was a one room schoolhouse for blacks.
This is the Pride of Baltimore II sailing past Fort McHenry in Baltimore, Maryland.
The home of Woodrow Wilson, former president of the United States of America, in Staunton, Virginia. It is also the site of the presidential library.