For a map directing you to Waynesboro, Virginia click here.
Here, on one of the first roads west of the Blue Ridge, a hamlet stood in colonial times. The Walker exploring
expedition started from this vicinity in 1748. Here, in June, 1781, the Augusta militia assembled to join Lafayette in the east.
A town was founded in 1797. It was established by law in 1801 and named for General Anthony Wayne.
Waynesboro, Q-2-a-b: a:Rte. 250 at e. entrance of Waynesboro; b: Rte. 250 at w. entrance of Waynesboro
Virginia Metalcrafters, Q-2-c Rte. 250, .3 mile e. of Rte. 340
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