|New England Country...|
Name: New England Country Collectibles
Very large, but tragically remodeled space-age style DeRaffele formerly used as retail store for dust-baiting collectibles. Formerly Tina's Diner and San Remo restaurant. Suffered a fire that had forced an interior renovation. As of 2014, gutted, close ...
|Angelo's Orchid Diner|
Name: Angelo's Orchid Diner
Well-preserved classic, serving breakfast and lunch. American food with Portuguese specialties. Salmon pie.
Name: Olympia Diner
Huge diner with spectacular, much-photographed neon sign. Possibly the largest diner built by O'Mahony. American food, Greek specialties.
Photos by Gail Rush.
This is the entrance to Island Ford Cave, between Covington and Low Moor, Virginia. You'd never know it was there from driving I-64 (directly behind the photographer). It's on a "frontage road" that may very well have been US 60 at one time.
The signboard inside states that the cave extends 550 feet deep. Amazingly, it does NOT forbid exploring the cave. However, I left my flashlight at home, so I passed on it. It seems to be frequented by local people who draw water from a spring inside. I've never read anything about this cave, and I have no idea of who owns it.