Abingdon's west entrance

Abingdon Church retains one of the best-preserved exteriors of any Colonial-era Virginia church. The west entrance, which features a semi-circular molded-brick pediment, makes an eye-catching sight for motorists traveling on Route 17.

( Dave Bowman / Daily Press / March 17, 2008 )

Abingdon Church retains one of the best-preserved exteriors of any Colonial-era Virginia church. The west entrance, which features a semi-circular molded-brick pediment, makes an eye-catching sight for motorists traveling on Route 17.

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