Nottoway County

Nottoway County, highlighted in map of Virginia

Blackstone was known as Blacks and Whites during the Civil War
Blackstone was known as Blacks and Whites during the Civil War
Source: Library of Congress Gilmer Map Collection, Map of Nottoway Co., Va

Burksville (now known as Burkeville) developed as a railroad junction prior to the Civil War
Burksville (now known as Burkeville) developed as a railroad junction prior to the Civil War
Source: Library of Congress, Map showing the Fredericksburg & Gordonsville Rail Road of Virginia (1869)

the former Norfolk and Western Railroad route to Farmville, with the High Bridge across the Appomattox River, has been abandoned
the former Norfolk and Western Railroad route to Farmville, with the High Bridge across the Appomattox River, has been abandoned
Source: Virginia Department of Rail and Public Transportation, Virginia Railroad Map (2012)

Burkeville is still the junction of Norfolk Southern routes headed east to Richmond and Petersburg, plus the Buckingham Branch headed south to North Carolina
Burkeville is still the junction of Norfolk Southern routes headed east to Richmond and Petersburg, plus the Buckingham Branch headed south to North Carolina
Source: ESRI, ArcGIS Online

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