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Berryville is a town in the Shenandoah Valley in northwestern Virginia, and is the seat of Clarke County. The town's population is around 3,000. Berryville is named after Benjamin Berry, who owned the land in the area and laid out the town.


Buildings on Buckmarsh Street.



Houses on Buckmarsh Street.



A house on Academy Street.



Rowhouses on Academy Street.



A house near Treadwell Street.



A house on Rice Street.



Berryville Baptist Church, on Academy Street.



A building on Main Street.



Businesses on Main Street.



Buildings on Main Street.



St. Luke Baptist Church, on Liberty Street.



The Clarke County Courthouse, on Church Street. The courthouse was built in 1838.



The circuit courthouse, behind the county courthouse. The circuit courthouse was built in 1977.



The circuit courthouse, with a memorial to the town's Confederate Civil War dead on the left. The memorial was dedicated in 1900.



Buildings on Main Street at Church Street.



Businesses on Main Street.



Grace Episcopal Church, on Church Street.



A house on Main Street.



Houses on Main Street.



An industrial building on Main Street.



Many of Berryville's industrial buildings are along the CSX tracks on the east side of town, like this building on Main Street.



An old industrial building on First Street.

 

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Nice photo tour. I really like the brick SFH and Rowhouses on Academy.

I've lived in VA all my life and consider myself quite knowledgeable and yet this is the first time I've heard of the place.
 
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