This is a Naval Air Transport Plane at the Reading Air Museum in Reading, Pennsylvania.
This is Number 57 known as the Mennom at the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Museum in Baltimore, Maryland. The name comes from a Greek god.
This is Saint John’s Church in Richmond, Virginia. It was in this church where Patrick Henry said, “Give me liberty or give me death.”
This is the Veteran’s Memorial dedicated to those men and women of Titusville, Pennsylvania who gave their service for thier nation.
This is the statue of the Specialty Steelmaker in Titusville, Pennsylvania.
This monument marks the site where oil was discovered. It is located at Drake Well State Park in Titusville, Pennsylvania.
This is a statue of George Washington in Waterford, Pennsylvania. He visited a fort that was in this town during the war.
A statue of two Confederate soldiers at the Pamplin Historical Park in Petersburg, Virginia.
This is the home of Annie Spencer in Lynchburg, Virginia.
This is the old train depot from Stapleton, Virginia. It was relocated to the Old City Cemetery in Lynchburg, Virginia. It was brought here to be saved from demolition, and many of the workers of the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad which owned this depot are buried in this cemetery.