For a map directing you to Montgomery County click here.
Area: 401 square miles
Formed in 1776 from Fincastle, and named for General Richard Montgomery, killed at Quehec, 1775. The Virginia
Polytechnic Institute is in this county.
Virginia Polytechnic Institute, I-2-a, Rte. 11, .6 mile e. of Christiansburg
Virginia Polytechnic Institute, I-2-b, Rte. 11, at w. entrance of Christiansburg
Virginia Polytechnic Institute, I-2-c, Rte. 460, at Blacksburg
Solitude, I-20, At VPI&SU on West Campus Dr., .4 mile s. of Rte. 412
Founding of the Future Farmers of Virginia, K-64, Rte. 314 at VPI&SU, .25 mile e. of Rte. 460 Bypass
"Fotheringay" K-67, Rte. 11, 4.5 miles w. of Roanoke County
Christiansburg Industrial Institute, K-68, Rte. 460 Bus., 1 mile w. of Rte. 11, in Christiansburg
Ingles Ferry Road, K-70, Rte. 11, 1.4 miles e. of Radford
Lewis-McHenry Duel, K-71, Rtes. 11 and 460, at Christiansburg
Christiansburg, K-72, Rte. 11, .6 mile e. of Christiansburg
Fort Vause, K-73, Rte. 11, .3 mile w. of Shawsville
Colonel William Preston, KG-8, Rte. 460, at Blacksburg
Draper's Meadow Massacre, KG-10, Rte. 460, at s. entrance of Blacksburg
Montgomery White Sulphur Springs, KG-12, I-81, .75 mile n. of Exit 128 at rest area, northbound lane
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