Scot gas station on Maple Avenue. Date unknown, but blue and white car in the lot is a 1956 Ford. Building behind the cars was then Southern States; the building across Park Street is now the Michel Rene building.

Scot gas station on Maple Avenue. Date unknown, but blue and white car in the lot is a 1956 Ford. Building behind the cars was then Southern States; the building across Park Street is now the Michel Rene building.

Vienna station - Freeman Store in the background (far left).

Vienna station - Freeman Store in the background (far left).

W&OD Dunn Loring station.

W&OD Dunn Loring station.

W&OD Maple Avenue crossing.

W&OD Maple Avenue crossing.

The night Wolftrap burned to the ground.

The night Wolftrap burned to the ground.

Second of two photographs. This one shows the Freeman Store at the right. Note that the wood fence has become a stone wall, which still exists, a project undertaken by the local Lion's Club.

Second of two photographs. This one shows the Freeman Store at the right. Note that the wood fence has become a stone wall, which still exists, a project undertaken by the local Lion's Club.

Maple Avenue and Park Street looking West in the mid-1950s. That’s the present Michael Renee building on the left (then a garage), and then Lowes Building Supply (now Whole Foods). The Atlantic Station on the right and the building past it are now Vienna Presbyterian’s parking lot. You can just make out the Railroad Crossing sign between the first two automobiles. Photo courtesy Mark Aceto.

Maple Avenue and Park Street looking West in the mid-1950s. That’s the present Michael Renee building on the left (then a garage), and then Lowes Building Supply (now Whole Foods). The Atlantic Station on the right and the building past it are now Vienna Presbyterian’s parking lot. You can just make out the Railroad Crossing sign between the first two automobiles. Photo courtesy Mark Aceto.

W&OD Crossing Maple Avenue Vienna, Va. 1967

W&OD Crossing Maple Avenue Vienna, Va. 1967

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