• Ruins of St John's Episcopal Church
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Ruins of St John's Episcopal Church

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    Sarah F2019/10/12
    It was really cool to see. There is a single railing along the trail so I assumed you can't go walk IN the ruins. There ...更多It was really cool to see. There is a single railing along the trail so I assumed you can't go walk IN the ruins. There was some flattened grass paths to them though. I stayed on the trail....更少
    cravingsofatraveler2019/8/16
    Another spot to stop on the way to Jefferson Rock. Nice scenery and photo opportunities. So much history in this town!
    BRBE0012019/8/7
    Just some great scenery on the way to the overlook - great pictures to take here also. It is in the shade - the trail p...更多Just some great scenery on the way to the overlook - great pictures to take here also. It is in the shade - the trail part so that is great so that you read about the church....更少
    Sue B2019/7/7
    Walk by on the stone walkway on the way to Jefferson Rock. Imagine how beautiful this church would have been before the...更多Walk by on the stone walkway on the way to Jefferson Rock. Imagine how beautiful this church would have been before the war....更少
    Taylor B2019/5/9
    Have you ever visited Windsor Ruins near Port Gibson, Mississippi? They are the ruins of a magnificent plantation house ...更多Have you ever visited Windsor Ruins near Port Gibson, Mississippi? They are the ruins of a magnificent plantation house that burned down in the 1890s. All that remains are several stone pillars. Very eerie. My wife and I got the same feeling when viewing the ruins of St. John's Episcopal Church in Harpers Ferry, West Virginia. Located on a hill overlooking the Shenandoah River, it was one of the town's five earliest churches. Built in 1851-52, it served as a hospital and barracks during the Civil War and suffered considerable damage. It was rebuilt afterward but was abandoned in 1895 when a new Episcopal church was built in the Upper Town. Today, the National Park Service preserves the ruins by stabilizing the historic field stone walls, which once were completely faced with mortar. Visitors are discouraged from climbing the fragile ruins. But it is a sobering site not to be missed....更少

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