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Dranesville Tavern was built around 1850 and is located in Dranesville, Virginia. The building has a Greek Revival style of architecture. It is a wagon type of tavern and was moved from its original location and is now located near Herndon. It was added to National Register of Historic Places on November 9, 1972.
The railroad bridge in Maryland is the only one left in the nation that was built in the revolutionary design in the history of American bridge engineering. It is a 160-foot (49-meter) long double-span truss bridge. Currently, it is used in the Savage Mill Trail. It was the first bridge built out of all metal to be used on railroad. It is named after its inventor, Wendel Bollman, a self-educated engineer from Baltimore.
The Savage Mill stands as one among the most monumental complexes in Maryland. It is a historic cotton mill site and is more accurately situated at Savage in Maryland. The site was brilliantly constructed in 1816 by an unknown architect. The site has tremendous monumental value and more, due to the reputed status of the mill that was started in 1820. Even today, it ably stands as a vital early-19th century landmark and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Located within the Frying Pan Farm Park, this structure was built as Baptist church in the late 1700s. The building was left abandoned over the years and in 1984, Fairfax County Park Authority took control over maintaining the property. The Frying Pan Spring Meeting House was enlisted in the National Register of Historic Places in 1991. The property includes a cemetery, baptismal pond and springs. Call ahead for tour of this Virginia landmark.
Merrybrook is the only known house of American Civil War Confederate spy Laura Ratcliffe. The group called 'Friends of Laura Ratcliffe' conserve this home that featured in the National Historic Register in 2007.
This charming farm complex consists of a lovely historic house. Influenced by the Greek Revival architectural style, this house overlooks the Potomac River. The view of the river is indeed one of the most beautiful highlights of the estate. This house is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, which makes it a must visit when in town.