Frederick County (VA) Photo Safari

Stonewall Jackson made Winchester his winter headquarters between November 1861 and March 1862.
He was much beloved by the townspeople.
Winchester’s historic homes and churches offer
gorgeous details such as this door knob.

Historic Victorian homes such as this one fill the neighborhoods adjacent the oldest part of Winchester.
Mount Hebron Cemetery holds four cemeteries, church ruins, and a lot of history!

The Veterans Cemetery at Winchester is a place of peace for the former Union Troops
and veterans of all subsequent wars.

The ruins of the Old Lutheran Church offer an interesting backdrop to the residents of Mount Hebron Cemetery.
Winchester buildings sport a number of interesting weather vans!
The main street of Winchester is now a pedestrian mall and offers cool restaurants
and interesting boutiques to browse. Definitely a fun destination!!

Winchester’s historic properties retain many of their original, Victorian-era features,
such as this detail on a fence.

Interesting detail on the coach house of Glen Burnie House; the
Museum of the Shenandoah Valley is now on the grounds of the estate.

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