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Historic Route 15 Endangered by Development

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Historic Route 15 Endangered by Development

Historic Route 15 Endangered by Development

Historic Route 15 Endangered by Development

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The National Trust for Historic Preservation calls Route 15 the nation's most historic corridor. It stretches from north of the Gettysburg battlefield in Pennsylvania to Monticello in Virginia. But on a trip along the Virginia end of the road, Lisa Nurnberger of member station WAMU details how development is threatens the highway.

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