Buggy driver takes a break
A view of Hotel Roanoke from the old N&W train station.
Old Signs in Downtown Roanoke
City Market in Roanoke, VA
Sweeping view across the Blue Ridge Mountains near Roanoke, Virginia
Fall Colors in Roanoke Valley
How many tomatoes can we get in this sack?
Downtown intersection in Roanoke, VA
Roanoke, VA is known as the Star City of the South, and here is their star - at 100 feet tall, it is the largest man made star in the world. It was erected in 1949 and sits a bit over 1000 feet above the city, on Mill Mountain.
A landmark and an icon for Roanoke....after all these years, they can still seat a thousand guests, 10 at a time....
City Market of Roanoke, VA.
The Mill Mountain Theater provied much entertatinment from its location at the market's "Center in the Square".
A view of the old Norfolk & Western Offices and rail yard in Roanoke, VA
HDR image of interior of Roanoke City Market Building.
Art Deco near the Roanoke Market Square
The old city market building in Roanoke, VA provides a vintage backdrop for the old and still functional watering stop for horses. Not many horses there these days.
Fresh fruit and vegetables abound at the City Market.
A panoramic view of Roanoke from atop Mill Mountain.
Compilation of multiple images taken from the top of Mill Mountain, overlooking Roanoke Valley.
Found in a garden display at an antique mall.
Landmark H&C sign in Roanoke, VA, erected in 1948.
Street clock at the City Market in Roanoke.
Yes, we have cool beans at the market!
The old Patrick Henry Hotel in Roanoke, VA. Under Renovation...finally.
Which Way Do I Go???? Scene at Roanoke Market Square..
Fire Station 1
Old Fire House #1 in downtown Roanoke served proudly from 1907 until 2007, when a newer station took over its duties.
A view across the rail yard toward the back of the old train station in Roanoke.
Billy Is Not Here Any More...
Foot bridge over Railroad Tracks to old N&W Passenger Terminal, Roanoke, VA
Texas Tavern- a Roanoke Icon and still going strong!
Storm in the Valley
Angry skies annouce the arrival of a thunderstorm over Roanoke Valley, giving the archetecture of the Hotel Roanoke Conference Center and surrounding buildings an impressive backdrop.
A Grand Old Lady
The Hotel Roanoke is a Grand Old Lady, having been built in 1882. Fully restored and now operated as a Conference Center and upscale hotel, its truely a unique place to stay.