The start of the DHRT Half-Marathon has a few hundred yards of rails, a restored ancient wooden caboose, a decrepit freight car, and “The Rocket”, a working railway pumper cart. Race volunteers use it as a moving platform for photographing the runners approaching the finish. See this moving illustration. Among the Fredericksburg Area Runners Club members who finished the race this day was Vic Culp, longtime director, in black hat at back.
Saint George’s Church, the Renwick old courthouse, and the new courthouse, taken before a Saturday morning run from Hyperion, Fredericksburg, Virginia
Sorry to be so slow, but here’s last month’s four-day bike adventure trip report.
Saint George’s Church and the Renwick old courthouse, Fredericksburg, Virginia
Looking down to the start of the Belmont/Ferry Farm trail
I spent some time here sitting in a traffic jam yesterday at the Falmouth light, and realized I don’t remember ever noticing this building before. Apparently it’s an important bit of the history of Old Falmouth Village: an African-American church just outside the officially designated historic district.