VA-S22 Port Walthall

Marker text: PORT WALTHALL

Port Walthall, which stood on the banks of the Appomattox River several miles to the south, was a major shipping and passenger embarkation point prior to the Civil War. The railroad tracks leading to the port were melted down to manufacture Confederate cannon.

Department of Conservation and Historic Resources, 1987

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