Traveler's Motel
Title:
Traveler's Motel
Covington Virginia (VA), Linen PM 1952 Jan-25


Aerial View of the Plant of the West Virginia Pulp & Paper Company
Title:
Aerial View of the Plant of the West Virginia Pulp & Paper Company
Covington Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
What West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company makes, makes Covington



Pinehurst Motel - Built For Comfort
Title:
Pinehurst Motel - Built For Comfort
Covington Virginia (VA), Linen

Description:
Pinehurst Motel U.S. Highways 60 & 220...At City Limits East of COVINGTON, VIRGINIA Reservations Telephone 2-2154 Excellent Restaurant Adjoining Tiled Baths, Tubs & Shower Combination...Hot Water Heat...Open Day and Night. J. Richard Plymale and John H. Mann Owners & Operators


Main Street, Covington
Title:
Main Street, Covington
Covington Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Looking East along Main Street, shopping and civic center of Convington, Virginia Covington News Agency



Granbery Memorial United Methodist Church
Title:
Granbery Memorial United Methodist Church
Covington Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Christmas Altar, 1980 A.D. May there come to you at this holiday time an abundance of the precious things of life; Health, Happiness and Enduring Friendships.


Town House Motel
Title:
Town House Motel
Covington Virginia (VA), Chrome PM 1971 Jun-20

Description:
Exit 4 all New with TV & Telephones West Main Street Covington, Virginia 24426 Air Conditioned - Wall-to-Wall Carpet Allowed - Downtown Restaurants One Block American Express - BankAmericard Mr. Tom Massie, Manager Telephone Area Code (703) 962-1161



Humpback Bridge On Midland Trail
Title:
Humpback Bridge On Midland Trail
Covington Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
One of the most interesting things that catches the eye of the tourists, as they pass through the Alleghany Mountains of Virginia, is the Old Humpback ridge, which is located near Covington. Va. On the Midland Trail, from Hot Springs, Va., to White Sulphur. It was built in the year 1842 by the pioneers who settled in Alleghany County, and stands today a memorial to their wonderful skill in bridge building. this bridge is constructed of hewn oak. and is held together by heavy locust pins. Thousands of automobiles and heavy trucks pass over this bridge yearly, and it promises to last many more years, as it is considered by contractors to be one of the strongest wooden bridges in Alleghany County.


Alleghany County Court House
Title:
Alleghany County Court House
Covington Virginia (VA), Linen unused





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