For a map directing you to Bedford County click here.
Area: 790 square miles
Formed in 1753 from Lunenburg and Albemarle, and named for the fourth Duke of Bedford, English statesman. The
Peaks of Otter are in this county.
Indian Remains, K-119 Rte. 460, 12 miles w. of Bedford
Colonial Fort, K-121 Rte. 460, 11 miles w. of Bedford
Hunter's Bivouac, K-130 Rte. 460,3 miles w. of Bedford
Home of John Goode, K-I 32 Rte. 460, at Bedford
Bedford, K-134 Rte. 460, at Bedford
Poplar Forest, K- 138 Rte. 460, 6.5 miles w. of Lynchburg
St. Stephen's Church, K-140 Rte. 460, 8 miles w. of Lynchburg
New London Academy, K-141 Rte. 460, at New London Academy
Quaker Baptist Church, KM-5 Rte. 24, 3 miles e. of Rtes. 122 and 24
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