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Virginia Route 7 East
SR 7 begins in Winchester at the intersection of U.S. 11-50-522 (Cameron and Piccadilly Streets) and travels 1.5 miles eastward to meet Interstate 81 after a series of shopping plazas. Interstate 81 south skirts the eastern side of the city on a 15-mile drive to Interstate 66. Photo taken 07/16/05.
Virgina 7 (Berryville Avenue) leaves the city limits of Winchester at the folded diamond interchange (Exit 315) with Interstate 81. Photo taken 07/16/05.
Travelers joining Interstate 81 north from SR 7 (Berryville Pike) or Valley Mill Road (SR 659) travel just 11 miles north to the West Virginia state line south of Martinsburg. Photo taken 07/16/05.
Eastbound SR 7 (Berryville Pike) continues from Interstate 81 eight miles to Berryville. Heavy development lines the corridor on its immediate departure from Exit 315. Winchester Gateway was added after 2005, and a new traffic light now operates midway between the two curves pictured here. Photo taken 07/16/05.
Several signalized intersections lie along SR 7 (Berryville Pike) through the eastern suburbs of Winchester. SR 991 (Regency Lakes Drive) spurs northward to form a loop serving a near subdivision. Photo taken 07/16/05.
Millbrook and Blossom Drives come together at the next traffic light. Blossom Drive doubles as Virginia SR 815, an otherwise residential street. Photo taken 07/16/05.
SR 7 (Berryville Pike) leaves the suburban landscape of Frederick County for the pastoral country side of Clarke County after spanning Opequon Creek. Photo taken 07/16/05.
Midway between SR 645 (Wrights Mill Road) and SR 635 (Moose Road south / Pierce Road) north is this eastbound SR 7 shield and mileage sign. Berryville, the Clarke County seat, lies four miles eastward. Charlestown (16 miles) and Leesburg (31 miles) follow. Photo taken 07/16/05.
Russell Road (SR 660) arcs northeast and then west to SR 635 (Pierce Road) and SR 645 (Wrights Mill Road) from SR 7 (Berryville Pike). Photo taken 07/16/05.
Triple J Road (SR 632 south) and Crums Church Road (SR 632 north) intersect SR 7 (Berryville Pike) at the next traffic light. SR 632 heads north to SR 761 near Swimley the state line and southwest a short distance to SR 657. Photo taken 07/16/05.
SR 7 splits between a business loop (Main Street) and an expressway bypass outside of Berryville. Photo taken 07/16/05.
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SR 7 Business travels Main Street, the original alignment of SR 7, 3.05 miles through the city of Berryville. The route was formed in the early 1970s when SR 7 shifted to its four-lane bypass to the north.
Note the use of Alexandria as a control point for SR 7 east, and Charles Town for the bypass route connection with U.S. 340 leading north. Photos taken 07/16/05.
SR 7 Business (Main Street) travels through the suburban west side of Berryville before meeting U.S. 340 (Buckmarsh Street) in downtown. US. 340 enters Berryville from White Post and Boyce to the southwest. Photo taken 07/16/05.
SR 7 upgrades to limited access standards on the bypass of Berryville. A diamond interchange joins the freeway with U.S. 340 (Lord Fairfax Highway) on the outside of town. U.S. 340 heads four miles north into West Virginia, en route to Charlest Town, Harpers Ferry, and ultimately Frederick, Maryland. Photo taken 07/16/05.
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U.S. 340 follows Buckmarsh Street south through the street grid of Berryville to SR 7 Business (Main Street). The route totals 125 miles overall between the WV line and U.S. 11 near Greenville. Photos taken 07/16/05.

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07/16/05 by AARoads

Connect with:
Interstate 81
U.S. 340

Page Updated 03-08-2010.