Monday, June 22, 2015


Rectortown, Virginia 

This three story wood-frame building dates from about 1880. An old sign on the gable reads "Westwood Custom Farming" which established a business here in the 1920s. The building was originally known as Bedford Glascock's Granary. There is evidence that this building may also have been a mill at one time.

Note: Posting about Norfolk and Western's 611 steam locomotive last week I referred to Rectortown as Rectorville. The mistake has been corrected


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