Woodside

[Abingdon, Maryland] Woodside is a historic home located at Abingdon, Harford County, Maryland. It has a {frac|2|1|2}-story main section, designed in 1823, that is an excellent example of a Federal side hall, double parlor plan house. The house is constructed of coursed fieldstone and ashlar. The property includes a stone house with overhan...
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Woodside

[Buckingham, Virginia] Woodside is a historic plantation home located at Buckingham, Buckingham County, Virginia. The main house was built about 1860, and is a two-story, five-bay, `T`-shaped frame dwelling in the Greek Revival style. It consists of a projecting three-bay, pedimented pavilion with flanking one-bay, hip-roofed wings. It has ...
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Woodside

[LIRR station] Woodside has six tracks and three platforms. The four southernmost tracks passing through the station are the Main Line tracks; the two center tracks are through (express) tracks and do not have platform faces at Woodside. The two northernmost tracks are the Port Washington branch tracks, both of which have platforms. West of...
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[London] Woodside railway station was opened by July 1871 by the Mid-Kent Railway, to serve the nearby race course: a ramp facilitated the loading of racehorses. After the course closed in 1890, use of the station decreased. The down bay platform fell into disuse in 1917 following closure of the line to Selsdon, reopened upon electrificatio...
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Woodside

[Milton, North Carolina] Woodside is a historic plantation home located near Milton, Caswell County, North Carolina. It was built about 1838, and is Greek Revival style dwelling consisting of a two-story, center-hall plan single-pile main block with a two-story, double-pile rear ell. It has a low hipped roof and features a pedimented portic...
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Woodside

[Mt. Pleasant, Delaware] Woodside is a historic home located at Mt. Pleasant, New Castle County, Delaware. It was built about 1860, and is a two- to three-story, five-bay, `L`-shaped brick dwelling with a center passage plan with a full width front porch. It features hipped roof with widely overhanging eaves and elaborate brackets in the It...
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Woodside

[Tuckahoe, Virginia] Woodside, near Tuckahoe, Virginia in Henrico County, Virginia, was built in 1858. It is a Greek Revival style villa, in the countryside but not a farmhouse. It was a family home of the Wickham family of Richmond. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1973. ...
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