Virginia Courthouses

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Appomattox County Courthouse

Photos of the Appomattox County Courthouse in Appomattox, Virginia. The Appomattox courthouse, designed by Hancock And Hardy, mixes Classical and Georgian elements. The Appomattox County Courthouse was built in 1892 after its famous predecessor burned. All photos in this collection © Capitolshots Photography/TwoFiftyFour Photos, LLC, ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Please contact Capitolshots Photography at info@capitolshots.com if interested in licensing any of the images in this collection.
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Arlington County Courthouse

Photos of the Arlington County Courthouse, part of the Arlington County Justice Center, in Arlington, Virginia. The Arlington courthouse was designed by Hansen Lind Meyer. The Arlington County Courthouse was completed in 1994. All photos in this collection © Capitolshots Photography/TwoFiftyFour Photos, LLC, ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Please contact Capitolshots Photography at info@capitolshots.com if interested in licensing any of the images in this collection.
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Buckingham County Courthouse

Photos of the Buckingham County Courthouse in Buckingham Court House, Virginia. The original Buckingham courthouse, designed by Thomas Jefferson, was destroyed by fire, and the existing structure was built in 1869 to replace it. An extension to the courthouse, designed by BCWH Architects, was completed in 2004. The Buckingham County Courthouse is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. All photos in this collection © Capitolshots Photography/TwoFiftyFour Photos, LLC, ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Please contact Capitolshots Photography at info@capitolshots.com if interested in licensing any of the images in this collection.
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Campbell County Courthouse

Photos of the Campbell County Historic Courthouse Museum, the former Campbell County courthouse, in Rustburg, Virginia. Designed by John Wills, the Rustburg courthouse was completed in 1849. The historic Campbell County Courthouse, a Greek Revival structure, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and the Virginia Landmarks Register. All photos in this collection © Capitolshots Photography/TwoFiftyFour Photos, LLC, ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Please contact Capitolshots Photography at info@capitolshots.com if interested in licensing any of the images in this collection.
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Caroline County Courthouse

Photos of the Caroline County Courthouse in Bowling Green, Virginia. The Bowling Green courthouse, most likely designed by William B. Phillips, was built around 1835. The Caroline County Courthouse is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and the Virginia Landmarks Register. All photos in this collection © Capitolshots Photography/TwoFiftyFour Photos, LLC, ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Please contact Capitolshots Photography at info@capitolshots.com if interested in licensing any of the images in this collection.
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Chesterfield County Courts Building

Photos of the Chesterfield County Courts Building in Chesterfield, Virginia. The Chesterfield courthouse was built in 1989. The Chesterfield County courthouse was designed by The Moseley Group. All photos in this collection © Capitolshots Photography/TwoFiftyFour Photos, LLC, ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Please contact Capitolshots Photography at info@capitolshots.com if interested in licensing any of the images in this collection.
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Chesterfield County Courthouse

Photos of the historic Chesterfield County Courthouse in Chesterfield, Virginia. Designed by J.T. Skinner and completed in 1918, the building served as the Chesterfield County Courthouse until the Chesterfield County Courts Building was built down the road in 1989. The Chesterfield courthouse, a Colonial Revival structure, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and the Virginia Landmarks Register. All photos in this collection © Capitolshots Photography/TwoFiftyFour Photos, LLC, ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Please contact Capitolshots Photography at info@capitolshots.com if interested in licensing any of the images in this collection.
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Clarke County Courthouse

Photos of the Clarke County Courthouse in Berryville, Virginia. Designed by David Meade and completed in 1838, the Berryville courthouse was remodeled in 1850 in a Greek Revival style. The Clarke County Courthouse is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and the Virginia Landmarks Register. All photos in this collection © Capitolshots Photography/TwoFiftyFour Photos, LLC, ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Please contact Capitolshots Photography at info@capitolshots.com if interested in licensing any of the images in this collection.
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Essex County Courthouse

Photos of the Essex County Courthouse in Tappahannock, Virginia. Built in 1848, the Tappahannock courthouse was renovated in 1926 and restored in 1967. The Essex County Courthouse, a Greek Revival structure, is part of the Tappahannock Historic District, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. All photos in this collection © Capitolshots Photography/TwoFiftyFour Photos, LLC, ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Please contact Capitolshots Photography at info@capitolshots.com if interested in licensing any of the images in this collection.
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Fairfax County Courthouse

Photos of the Fairfax County Courthouse in Fairfax, Virginia. The Fairfax courthouse was built in 1982. The Fairfax County Courthouse subsequently underwent expansion and renovation, designed by HDR Architecture, resulting in the opening of a new entrance in 2008. All photos in this collection © Capitolshots Photography/TwoFiftyFour Photos, LLC, ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Please contact Capitolshots Photography at info@capitolshots.com if interested in licensing any of the images in this collection.
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Fluvanna County Courthouse

Photos of the Fluvanna County Courthouse in Palmyra, Virginia. The Palmyra courthouse was designed by Moseley Harris And McClintock. The Fluvanna County Courthouse was dedicated in 2001. All photos in this collection © Capitolshots Photography, ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Please contact Capitolshots Photography at 202.709.7273 or at info@capitolshots.com if interested in licensing any of the images in this collection.
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Historic Fluvanna County Courthouse

Photos of the historic Fluvanna County Courthouse in Palmyra, Virginia. Designed by John Hartwell Cocke, the Palmyra courthouse was completed in 1831. The historic Fluvanna County Courthouse, a Greek Revival structure, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and the Virginia Landmarks Register. All photos in this collection © Capitolshots Photography, ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Please contact Capitolshots Photography at 202.709.7273 or at info@capitolshots.com if interested in licensing any of the images in this collection.
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Fredericksburg City Courthouse

Photos of the Fredericksburg City Courthouse in the independent city of Fredericksburg, Virginia. The Fredericksburg courthouse was designed by James Renwick. The Fredericksburg City Courthouse, a Gothic Revival structure remodeled several times since its completion in 1852, is part of the Fredericksburg Historic District, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. All photos in this collection © Capitolshots Photography, ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Please contact Capitolshots Photography at 202.709.7273 or at info@capitolshots.com if interested in licensing any of the images in this collection.
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Hanover County Courthouse

Photos of the Hanover County Courthouse in Hanover, Virginia. The Georgian structure is the third oldest active courthouse in the United States, though most judicial functions have been relocated to two court buildings in the adjacent government complex, which opened in 1979. Patrick Henry, who lived and practiced law in Hanover County, argued the case of the Parson's Cause at the Hanover courthouse in 1763. Part of the Hanover County Courthouse Historic District, along with Hanover Tavern, located immediately across the street, the Hanover County Courthouse is a National Historic Landmark. All photos in this collection © Capitolshots Photography, ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Please contact Capitolshots Photography at 202.709.7273 or at info@capitolshots.com if interested in licensing any of the images in this collection.
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Henrico County Courts Building

Photos of the Henrico County Courts Building in Richmond, Virginia. The Richmond courthouse was dedicated in 1974. All photos in this collection © Capitolshots Photography, ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Please contact Capitolshots Photography at 202.709.7273 or at info@capitolshots.com if interested in licensing any of the images in this collection.
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King And Queen County Courts Building

Photos of the King And Queen County Courts And Administration Building in King And Queen Court House, Virginia. Across the street from the historic 1866 King And Queen County Courthouse, the modern structure was built in 1996. All photos in this collection © Capitolshots Photography, ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Please contact Capitolshots Photography at 202.709.7273 or at info@capitolshots.com if interested in licensing any of the images in this collection.
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King And Queen County Courthouse

Photos of the historic King And Queen County Courthouse in King And Queen Court House, Virginia. The courthouse has occupied the same site since the formation of the county in 1691, having been burnt and rebuilt twice, most recently in 1866 after having been burned to the ground during the Civil War. Judicial functions have moved across the street to the King And Queen County Courts And Administration Building, constructed in 1996. Part of the King And Queen Courthouse Green Historic District, the building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. All photos in this collection © Capitolshots Photography, ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Please contact Capitolshots Photography at 202.709.7273 or at info@capitolshots.com if interested in licensing any of the images in this collection.
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King George County Courthouse

Photos of the King George County Courthouse in King George, Virginia. The King George courthouse was designed by E.G. Heflin. The King George County Courthouse, a Classical Revival structure, was built in 1922. All photos in this collection © Capitolshots Photography, ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Please contact Capitolshots Photography at 202.709.7273 or at info@capitolshots.com if interested in licensing any of the images in this collection.
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King William County Courthouse

Photos of the King William County Courthouse in King William, Virginia. The King William courthouse was constructed in 1725. The brick Georgian courthouse is the oldest courthouse in continuous use in the United States, although many judicial functions have been moved to a newer courthouse built upon courthouse grounds in 2004. The King William County Courthouse, also the oldest public building still in use in Virginia, is a National Historic Landmark. All photos in this collection © Capitolshots Photography, ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Please contact Capitolshots Photography at 202.709.7273 or at info@capitolshots.com if interested in licensing any of the images in this collection.
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Lancaster County Courthouse

Photos of the Lancaster County Courthouse in Lancaster, Virginia. The Lancaster courthouse was designed by Edward O. Robinson. Completed in 1861, the Lancaster County Courthouse, a Classical Revival structure and the last courthouse completed in Virginia before the Civil War, is part of the Lancaster Court House Historic District, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. All photos in this collection © Capitolshots Photography, ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Please contact Capitolshots Photography at 202.709.7273 or at info@capitolshots.com if interested in licensing any of the images in this collection.
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Loudoun County Courthouse

Photos of the Loudoun County Courthouse in Leesburg, Virginia. The building stands next to the historic 1895 Loudoun County Courthouse. All photos in this collection © Capitolshots Photography, ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Please contact Capitolshots Photography at 202.709.7273 or at info@capitolshots.com if interested in licensing any of the images in this collection.
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Historic Loudoun County Courthouse

Photos of the historic Loudoun County Courthouse in Leesburg, Virginia. Designed by William C. West, the Loudoun courthouse was completed in 1895. The historic Loudoun County Courthouse, a Classical Revival structure, is part of the Leesburg Historic District, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and the Virginia Landmarks Register. All photos in this collection © Capitolshots Photography, ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Please contact Capitolshots Photography at 202.709.7273 or at info@capitolshots.com if interested in licensing any of the images in this collection.
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Middlesex County Courthouse

Photos of the Middlesex County Courthouse in Saluda, Virginia. The Saluda courthouse was designed by Wiley And Wilson. The Middlesex County Courthouse was completed in 2005 but did not open for two years due to alleged structural defects. All photos in this collection © Capitolshots Photography, ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Please contact Capitolshots Photography at 202.709.7273 or at info@capitolshots.com if interested in licensing any of the images in this collection.
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Historic Middlesex County Courthouse

Photos of the historic Middlesex County Courthouse in Saluda, Virginia. Designed by William R. Jones and John P. Hill and completed in 1853, the building served as the Middlesex County Courthouse until a newer courthouse was occupied a block to the north in 2005. The Saluda courthouse is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. All photos in this collection © Capitolshots Photography, ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Please contact Capitolshots Photography at 202.709.7273 or at info@capitolshots.com if interested in licensing any of the images in this collection.
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Historic Middlesex County Courthouse

Photos of the Trinity Lutheran Church in Urbanna, Virginia. Completed in 1748, the building served as the Middlesex County Courthouse until the county seat moved to Saluda in 1852. Altered many times over the years, the former Urbanna courthouse is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. All photos in this collection © Capitolshots Photography, ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Please contact Capitolshots Photography at 202.709.7273 or at info@capitolshots.com if interested in licensing any of the images in this collection.
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Northumberland County Courts Building

Photos of the Northumberland County Courts Building in Heathsville, Virginia. The Heathsville courthouse was built in 1997. All photos in this collection © Capitolshots Photography, ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Please contact Capitolshots Photography at 202.709.7273 or at info@capitolshots.com if interested in licensing any of the images in this collection.
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Northumberland County Courthouse

Photos of the historic Northumberland County Courthouse in Heathsville, Virginia. Designed by Bartholomew Smith, the Heathsville courthouse was built in 1900. The historic Northumberland County Courthouse is part of the Heathsville Historic District, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. All photos in this collection © Capitolshots Photography, ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Please contact Capitolshots Photography at 202.709.7273 or at info@capitolshots.com if interested in licensing any of the images in this collection.
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Orange County Courthouse

Photos of the Orange County Courthouse in Orange, Virginia. Designed by Haskins And Alexander, the Orange courthouse was completed in 1859. The Orange County Courthouse, built in an Italian villa style, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. All photos in this collection © Capitolshots Photography, ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Please contact Capitolshots Photography at 202.709.7273 or at info@capitolshots.com if interested in licensing any of the images in this collection.
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Pittsylvania County Courthouse

Photos of the Pittsylvania County Courthouse in Chatham, Virginia. Designed by L. and L.M. Shumaker, the Chatham courthouse was built in 1853. The Pittsylvania County Courthouse, a Greek Revival structure, is a National Historic Landmark. All photos in this collection © Capitolshots Photography, ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Please contact Capitolshots Photography at 202.709.7273 or at info@capitolshots.com if interested in licensing any of the images in this collection.
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Prince William County Judicial Center

Photos of the Prince William County Judicial Center in Manassas, Virginia. The Manassas courthouse, which opened in 1984, serves as the Prince William County Courthouse as well as the courthouse for the independent cities of Manassas and Manassas Park. Please contact Capitolshots Photography at 202.709.7273 or at info@capitolshots.com if interested in licensing any of the images in this collection.
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Prince William County Courthouse

Photos of the historic Prince William County Courthouse in Manassas, Virginia. Designed by James C. Teague and Philip T. Marye, the Romanesque Revival structure was completed in 1893 and served as the Prince William County Courthouse until 1984, when a newer courthouse opened two blocks to the west. Currently housing the offices of the Brentsville District Supervisor, the Manassas courthouse is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and the Virginia Landmarks Register. All photos in this collection © Capitolshots Photography, ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Please contact Capitolshots Photography at 202.709.7273 or at info@capitolshots.com if interested in licensing any of the images in this collection.
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Historic Prince William County Courthouse

Photos of the historic Prince William County Courthouse in Brentsville, Virginia. Designed by William Claytors, the red-brick building, which was damaged in the Civil War, served as the Prince William County Courthouse until the county seat was moved to Manassas in 1893. The Brentsville courthouse, restored in 2006 to its 1830s appearance, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and the Virginia Landmarks Register. All photos in this collection © Capitolshots Photography, ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Please contact Capitolshots Photography at 202.709.7273 or at info@capitolshots.com if interested in licensing any of the images in this collection.
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Richmond County Courthouse

Photos of the Richmond County Courthouse in Warsaw, Virginia. Completed in 1750, the Warsaw courthouse is one of the oldest courthouse still in use in the United States. The Richmond County Courthouse is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. All photos in this collection © Capitolshots Photography, ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Please contact Capitolshots Photography at 202.709.7273 or at info@capitolshots.com if interested in licensing any of the images in this collection.
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Smyth County Courthouse

Photos of the Smyth County Courthouse in Marion, Virginia. Designed by Frank Milburn, the Marion courthouse was constructed in 1905. The Smyth County Courthouse, a Classical Revival structure, is part of the Marion Historic District, which is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. All photos in this collection © Capitolshots Photography, ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Please contact Capitolshots Photography at 202.709.7273 or at info@capitolshots.com if interested in licensing any of the images in this collection.
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Stafford County Courthouse

Photos of the Stafford County Courthouse in Stafford, Virginia. The Stafford courthouse was designed by Philip N. Stern. The Stafford County Courthouse, a Classical Revival structure, was completed in 1923. All photos in this collection © Capitolshots Photography, ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Please contact Capitolshots Photography at 202.709.7273 or at info@capitolshots.com if interested in licensing any of the images in this collection.
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Washington County Courthouse

Photos of the Washington County Courthouse in Abingdon, Virginia. The Abingdon courthouse was constructed in 1868 in a Classical Revival style with Italianate influences. The Washington County Courthouse is part of the Abingdon Historic District, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. All photos in this collection © Capitolshots Photography, ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Please contact Capitolshots Photography at 202.709.7273 or at info@capitolshots.com if interested in licensing any of the images in this collection.
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Westmoreland County Courthouse

Photos of the Westmoreland County Courthouse in Montross, Virginia. The Montross courthouse was designed by Bartholomew Smith and completed in 1900. The Westmoreland County Courthouse was transformed into the existing Classical Revival structure in 1930. All photos in this collection © Capitolshots Photography, ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Please contact Capitolshots Photography at 202.709.7273 or at info@capitolshots.com if interested in licensing any of the images in this collection.
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Wythe County Courthouse

Photos of the Wythe County Courthouse in Wytheville, Virginia. Designed by Frank Milburn, the Wytheville courthouse was constructed in 1901. The Wythe County Courthouse, a Classical Revival structure, is part of the Wytheville Historic District, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. All photos in this collection © Capitolshots Photography, ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Please contact Capitolshots Photography at 202.709.7273 or at info@capitolshots.com if interested in licensing any of the images in this collection.

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