The next exit along eastbound Interstate 64 is Exit 136, Junction U.S. 15 north to Gordonsville and south to Palmyra, one mile. Gordonsville lies at the crossroads of U.S. 15, U.S. 33, and Virginia 231; north of Gordonsville, U.S. 15 continues as a divided highway to Orange (Junction Virginia 20) and a two-lane highway to Culpeper (Junction U.S. 29). Between Orange and Culpeper, the old alignment of U.S. 15 is found along Virginia Secondary 615. Photo taken 06/06/04.
The intersection of U.S. 15 and U.S. 250 to the south is known as Zion Crossroads (abbreviated X-Roads on some maps), and it also leads to Fork Union. Photo taken 06/06/04.
Use U.S. 15 north to reach Orange, the seat of Orange County. Photo taken 06/06/04.
Eastbound Interstate 64 meets U.S. 15 at Exit 136. Use U.S. 15 south to reach Palmyra, the Fluvanna County seat. From there, U.S. 15 briefly merges with Virginia 6 between Dixie and Fort Union, then crosses the James River at Bremo Bluff. U.S. 15 continues south into Buckingham County before reaching Farmville in Prince Edward County. U.S. 15 eventually wraps up in South Carolina at U.S. 301 near Interstate 95. Photo taken 06/06/04.
The next exit along eastbound is Exit 148, Junction Virginia Secondary 605, one mile. Use Virginia Secondary 605 northeast to Fredericks Hall in Louisa County and southwest to Tabscott and Columbia. Photo taken 06/06/04.
Eastbound Interstate 64 reaches Exit 148, Junction Virginia Secondary 605 to Shannon Hill. Photo taken 06/06/04.
After Exit 159, Interstate 64 leaves Goochland County and approaches its next exit, Exit 152, Junction Virginia Secondary 629 northeast to U.S. 522 and southwest to Hadensville, one mile. Seven miles separates Exit 159 from the following interchanges, Exit 152/Junction U.S. 522. Photo taken 06/06/04.
Eastbound Interstate 64 reaches Exit 152, Junction Virginia Secondary 629. Use Virginia Secondary 629 southwest to Hadensville; a connection via Virginia Secondary 606 in Hadensville provides a route south to Virginia 6 and Virginia 45 in Georges Tavern. Looking northeast, Virginia Secondary 629 ends at U.S. 522 just south of the South Anna River bridge. Photo taken 06/06/04.
The next exit along eastbound Interstate 64 is Exit 159, Junction U.S. 522, one mile. U.S. 522 heads south to Gum Spring and Goochland before reaching its southern terminus at U.S. 60 in Powhatan. Heading north, U.S. 522 aims toward Cuckoo (Junction U.S. 33), Rhoadesville (Junction Virginia 20), and Culpeper (Junction U.S. 29). A multiple state U.S. route, U.S. 522 reaches its northern conclusion at U.S. 11 in Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania. Photo taken 06/06/04.
Eastbound Interstate 64 reaches Exit 159, Junction U.S. 522. Use U.S. 522 south to reach the intersection with U.S. 250 in Gum Spring. U.S. 250 offers a more scenic alternative to Interstate 64, with significantly less traffic and a more local flavor. U.S. 250 parallels Interstate 64 from Richmond west to Staunton via Charlottesville and Waynesboro. Photo taken 06/06/04.
Interstate 64 eastbound enters the Richmond metropolitan area as it approaches Exit 167, Junction Virginia Secondary 617 north and south to Oilville (Junction U.S. 250). Eastern Goochland County is prepared to grow rapidly as a result of approaching developing from Henrico County to the east. Photo taken 06/06/04.
Eastbound Interstate 64 reaches Exit 167, Junction Virginia Secondary 617 north and south to Oilville (to U.S. 250). The next exit along eastbound is a rest area, followed by Exit 173, Junction Virginia Secondary 623 south to Manakin-Sabot; Exit 175, Junction Virginia 288 freeway; and Exit 177, Junction Interstate 295 east (Bypass). Photo taken 06/06/04.