5 Hill Street Onancock, Virginia 23417 757-787-7662

Surprise, surprise - went by station today & train schedule sign was done. The station was moved from Hopeton to Parksley in 1988. Service to Hopeton had ceased in 1938; so that was when it was given any attention. Ginger had talked about a new sign, but I wanted to preserve the old & she did. The only entry it will be used for is the Santa train. Thank you Blandy so much for your prompt attention & all your help & kindnesses.

Helena The Eastern Shore Railway Museum

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Little Italy Restaurant in Nassawadox, VA says they have asked customers that are traveling through that are dining in the restaurant how did they know to stop in to eat there?

Answer: 8 out of 10 times, it was from the billboard they saw advertising Little Italy Restaurant as they were heading North on Route 13 on their way back home.

Little Italy Restaurant

Rodney Mears, of T’s Corner, had a customer worried that his video store was closing because he changed the face of the Corner Video back to T’s Corner. This change caught his eye and he thought he would have to go elsewhere to rent a video!

Rodney Mears

Bruce Matthews, of Matthews Market, in Mappsville, told us he has customers come in for fresh cut meats because they saw his signs on Rt. 13 and Rt. 175.

Bruce Matthews