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xzmattzx Sep 11, 2019 2:36 PM

Warsaw, VA
Warsaw is a town on the Northern Neck of Virginia, and is the seat of Richmond County. The population is around 1,500.

Warsaw was originally named Richmond Court House, being the seat of Richmond County. Richmond County was/is different than the City of Richmond, which was originally in Henrico County and is now an independent city. Due to the confusion between Richmond and Richmond Court House, the community changed its name in 1845. Warsaw was chosen as the name to show sympathy to the Polish cause for independence from Russia.

The Richmond County Courthouse, on Court Circle. The courthouse was built in 2007.

The old Richmond County Courthouse, on Richmond Road. The courthouse was built in 1750, and was remodeled in 1877 to close in the arcades as part of the main building. The courthouse is the fifth-oldest courthouse in continuous use in the United States.

The Richmond County Clerk's Office, next to the old county courthouse. The office was built in 1818.

County buildings on the courthouse square. In the center is the General District Courthouse, built in 1976.

The old Richmond County Jail, on Richmond Road. The jail was built in 1872.

A bank building on Richmond Road. The structure was built in 1937, and was originally the post office.

St. John's Episcopal Church, on Richmond Road. The church was built in 1835.

A house on Richmond Road.

The Saddlery, on Main Street in the town park. The structure was built in 1800 as a lawyer's office, and was originally kitty-corner from the old courthouse.

A business on Main Street.

Buildings on Main Street.

Warsaw United Methodist Church, on Main Street. The church was built in 1784.

A house on Lakeside Drive.

Buildings on Main Street.

Warsaw Baptist Church, on Main Street. The church was built in 1921.

kcexpress69 Sep 14, 2019 4:32 AM

Some nice pictures...thanks!!!

geomorph Oct 16, 2019 8:40 PM


Originally Posted by xzmattzx (Post 8684003)

Was this under renovation?

Murphy de la Sucre Oct 17, 2019 1:25 AM

When I saw population was about a few hundred or thousand, I didn't expect much of a skyline showing up drop-down

xzmattzx Oct 17, 2019 3:50 AM


Originally Posted by geomorph (Post 8719129)
Was this under renovation?

Not renovated per se, but moved. The old building used to be at the main intersection in town, but it was being moved into a park.

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