Maps of Historic Sites and Buildings on the Waterfront

These maps of historic sites and buildings along the Alexandria Waterfront were created by Alexandria Archaeology.

Page updated on Dec 28, 2015 at 1:28 PM

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  • Historic Shoreline imageHistoric Wharves Map : This map includes a 2007 aerial photo with overlays of the 1749 city shoreline from the original town plat and an 1845 map showing historic wharves by City Surveyor M.C. Ewing. A small section of the map is shown at right.
  • Existing Historic Buildings Map By Address and Era: Showing the waterfront district from Queen Street to Wolfe Street and the location of existing historic buildings by address with a legend showing approximate date of construction.
  • Historic Waterfront Sites: Showing the location of buildings and places mentioned in historic accounts.
  • Historic Waterfront Sites with Potential Archaeological Interest: Showing the waterfront area from the Alexandria Canal to Wilkes Street and identifying existing archaeological sites and areas of high or low significance as well as unexplored archaeological resources.