State Route 230

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Mileage data obtained from Virginia 230 @ The VAHighways Project.

Virginia Route 230 West
Virginia 230 splits from a 0.52-mile overlap with U.S. 29 (Seminole Trail) near Pratts for a bucolic 10.87-mile drive to Stanardsville. SSR 663 departs from the forthcoming intersection and meanders southwest to Shelby Road.
Construction added a right turn lane at SSR 663 since this photo was taken. Photo taken 06/05/05.
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Pastures and farm fields line both sides of Virginia 230 leading west toward Wolftown. Photos taken 06/05/05.
SSR 662 (Shelby Road) travels northwest from U.S. 29 (Seminole Trail) at Shelby to reach Virginia 230. The two share an implied overlap at Wolftown. Photo taken 06/05/05.
Continuing north, SSR 662 bends northward around Mitchell Bluff to parallel the Rapidan River en route to Graves Mill. German Ridge lies to the northeast of the state route, while Carter Ridge rises to the south. Photo taken 06/05/05.
SSR 661 follows and spurs south from Virginia 230 to Banks Mountain and Carter Ridge. Photo taken 06/05/05.
Virginia 230 (Wolftown-Hood Road) next spans the Rapidan River along a concrete bridge built in 1940. SSR 692 leads northward nearby. Photo taken 06/05/05.
Westbound drivers reach the settlement of Hood along Virginia 230 (Wolftown-Hood Road). The state route turns southward from here toward the Greene County line (Conway River). Photo taken 06/05/05.
A short distance south of the Conway River is Brills Shop and SSR 619 (Dundee Road). Dundee Road meanders southeast to SSR 609 (Fredericksburg) while Virginia 230 continues southwest near Goodall Mountain. Little Ledge Mountain rises along the horizon in this scene after SSR 619. Photo taken 06/05/05.
Virginia 230 (Madison Road) intersects SSR 621 (South River Road) opposite the 1941-completed South River bridge. SSR 621 parallels the water way north toward McMullen. Photo taken 06/05/05.
Entering the town of Stanardsville along Virginia 230 (Madison Road) west. Photo taken 06/05/05.
SR 230 concludes its 20.58-mile course at U.S. 33 Business (Spotswood Trail) east of Downtown Stanardsville. Photo taken 06/05/05.
U.S. 33 relocated from Spotswood Trail through Standardsville to the four-lane Standardsville Bypass by 2000. The business loop provides direct access to U.S. 33 east toward Ruckersville and west to Harrisonburg. Photo taken 06/05/05.
U.S. 33 Business shields posted at the western terminus of Virginia 230 (Wolftown Road) at Spotswood Trail. U.S. 33 elevates from Stanardsville into Shenandoah National Park, meeting Skyline Drive at Swift Run Gap and the Rockingham County line. Photo taken 06/05/05.
U.S. 29 North Virginia Route 230 East
Northbound U.S. 29 and Eastbound Virginia 230 briefly merge together between their intersection and Madison. Photo taken 06/02/04.
A couple miles north, U.S. 29 and Virginia 230 prepare to split as they approach the intersection with Virginia 231. Photo taken 06/02/04.
A right turn at this intersection follows Virginia 230 east and Virginia 231 south to Orange and Gordonsville. U.S. 29 and Virginia 231 north continue straight ahead. Photo taken 06/02/04.
There is no traffic signal at the intersection with Virginia 230 east/Virginia 231 north-south. U.S. 29 and Virginia 231 continue north toward Madison. Photo taken 06/02/04.

Photo Credits:

06/02/04, 06/05/05 by AARoads

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Page Updated 03-02-2010.