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Ashburn

Ashburn Store, 1915. Photo Credit: Photographer: J. Henry Shannon. "This Was Virginia" by Mayo Stuntz. This may have been Arundell's Store, torn down after 1970. Since the 1880's, Ashburn has had at least four stores operating simultaneously.

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Detailed wood-work, porch of Norman's Feed Store, c. 1880, Ashburn. Not visible are the antique glass window panes.  
"Ashburn is a railroad town on the Bluemont division of the Washington and Old Dominion railway, being the sixth station beyond Herndon... Ashburn is a busy and prosperous place."

--J. Harry Shannon, The Washington Star, 3 November, 1918

 

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