Crossing into Augusta County, Interstates 64 east & 81 north next meet junction U.S. 11 (Lee Jackson Memorial Highway) to U.S. 340 (Stuarts Draft Highway) at Exit 213. Photo taken 07/24/04.
U.S. 11 crosses from Greenville to the east en route to Mint Spring and Staunton to the west. U.S. 340 begins nearby and ventures east seven miles to Stuarts Draft on the drive to Waynesboro. U.S. 340 travels just 156 miles between here and Frederick, Maryland. Photo taken 07/24/04.
Virginia Secondary 654 (White Hill Road) joins Interstates 64 & 81 at the Exit 217 diamond interchange near Mint Spring. Photo taken 07/24/04.
SSR 654 begins at U.S. 11 (Lee Jackson Memorial Highway) and travels southeast along White Hill Road to end at U.S. 340 (Stuarts Draft Highway) just west of Stuarts Draft. Photo taken 07/24/04.
One mile south of the Exit 220 trumpet interchange with Virginia 262 north. Virginia 262 constitutes a full loop around the west side of Staunton between Interstate 81 Exit 220 and 225. Photo taken 07/24/04.
Interstate 64 parts ways with Interstate 81 north just north of the Virginia 262 exit at a tri-level stack interchange (Exit 221). Photo taken 07/24/04.
Virginia 262 angles northwest from Interstates 64 & 81 (Exit 220) to meet U.S. 11 (Greenville Avenue) nearby on its freeway routing west of Staunton. The northern arc of the loop constitutes an expressway with at-grade intersections between U.S. 250 (Churchville Avenue) and Interstate 81. Photo taken 07/24/04.
Interstate 64 resumes its eastward course from Interstate 81 at Staunton to Waynesboro, Charlottesville, and the capital city of Richmond. Photo taken 07/24/04.
Interests to Shenandoah National Park via Skyline Drive should follow Interstate 64 east to Exit 99. Photo taken 07/16/05.
Interstate 81 north continues to Staunton, Harrisonburg, and Winchester. Interstate 64 departs via Exit 221 to Richmond and Hampton Roads. U.S. 250 (Jefferson Highway), the companion of Interstate 64 between here and Richmond, meets Interstate 81 nearby at Exit 222. Photo taken 07/24/04.
Exit 221 gore point sign featuring an Interstate 64 eastbound shield. Interstate 64 travels 297.62 miles overall in Virginia, ending 210 miles from Interstate 81 at Chesapeake. Photo taken 07/24/04.
Interstate 64 East
The first exit along eastbound Interstate 64 after it separates from Interstate 81 northbound is Exit 91, Junction Virginia 285 and Virginia Secondary 608. Photo taken 06/06/04.
Eastbound Interstate 64 reaches Virginia 285 north to Fisherville and Virginia Secondary 608 south to Stuarts Draft at Exit 94. North of Fisherville (Junction U.S. 250), Virginia Secondary 608 resumes a northerly journey toward Hermitage and New Hope before ending at Virginia 256. Photo taken 06/06/04.
This mileage sign provides the distance to Waynesboro, Charlottesville, and Richmond. Photo taken 06/06/04.
U.S. 340 follows the Shenandoah Valley along the west slope of Shenandoah National Park from Waynesboro north Front Royal via Elkton and Luray. South of Waynesboro, U.S. 340 reaches its southern terminus at its intersection with U.S. 11 near Interstate 64-81 Exit 213. Photo taken 06/06/04.
Eastbound Interstate 64 reaches Exit 94, Junction U.S. 340/Rosser Avenue north to Waynesboro and south to Stuarts Draft. Photo taken 06/06/04.
The next exit along eastbound is Exit 96, Junction Virginia Secondary 624/Delphine Avenue north to Waynesboro and south to Lyndhurst and Sherando. Photo taken 06/06/04.
Use Virginia Secondary 624/Delphine Avenue south to reach the George Washington National Forest, which follows the spine of the Blue Ridge Mountains toward the southwest. Photo taken 06/06/04.
Eastbound Interstate 64 reaches Exit 96, Junction Virginia Secondary 624/Delphine Avenue south to Waynesboro and north to U.S. 340 en route to Grottoes. Photo taken 06/06/04.
The next exit along eastbound is Exit 99, Junction U.S. 250 east to Afton and west to Waynesboro. Photo taken 06/06/04.
Use U.S. 250 east to reach Virginia 6 and Virginia 151. Virginia 6 heads east to Richmond along a route roughly parallel to the James River, while Virginia 151 heads south to meet U.S. 29 just north of Amherst. Both routes have restrictions due to the mountain grade. Photo taken 06/06/04.
The Blue Ridge Parkway follows the Blue Ridge Mountains of the Appalachian Mountains from Great Smoky Mountains National Park south entrance near Cherokee, North Carolina, northeast into Virginia. The Blue Ridge Parkway changes into Skyline Drive upon entering Shenandoah National Park north of Interstate 64 Exit 99. Photo taken 06/06/04.
Eastbound Interstate 64 reaches Exit 99, Junction U.S. 250 west to Waynesboro and east to Afton. For an alternate route down the mountain, use U.S. 250. Photo taken 06/06/04.
This overpass carries Blue Ridge Parkway/Skyline Drive over Interstate 64 and the Rockfish Gap. The long climb to the top of the Blue Ridge Mountains is over; Interstate 64 prepares to descend in a rapid fashion toward Charlottesville. Photo taken 06/06/04.
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