White House Bridge
Shenandoah Valley, Virginia

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Historic Sites in Page County Virginia
2. White House Marker

(May 2007) Enlarge White House Bridge interpretive marker. US-211, east of New Market. The bridge takes it's name from the small white building located nearby

(May 2007) Enlarge View looking toward the White House Bridge site and the White House. On May 21, 1862, Jackson passed through this area enroute to Front Royal



(May 2007) Marker for the White House. View looking toward the US-211 crossing of the Shenandoah River

(May 2007) Close-up of the marker
White House
The old building just north
of the road was built for a
fort in 1760. It has long been
a landmark in this valley


(May 2007) Highway 211 Bridge across the Shenandoah River near the White House. The White House bridge near here was burned by Ashby's cavalry


(May 2007) The Shenandoah River near the White House Bridge site

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