During my visit to Port Royal, Virginia - I parked my car and wandered around for a bit, and came across this wonderful wooden barn on Market Street. more.
St. Peter’s Episcopal Church and the surrounding churchyard, which sits on the corner of Water and Market Streets, is the oldest congregation in the Town of Port Royal. more.
This building is unique in that it was built purely for commercial purposes in the 18th century (ca. 1750). It was most likely first used as a tavern - and then in 1921 it was purchased by Robert Farish and used as a print shop. more.
The Leckie House, also known as the Holloway House, was built in the 1770s in Port Royal, Virginia. It was originally owned by John Hipkins who was a wealthy merchant and land speculator. more.
These two chimneys are all that remain of the home of Dorothy Roy. Roy was the only woman to hold a franchise to operate a tobacco warehouse in the American Colonies. more.