Berryville Pike

Northbound Views

Welcome to West Virginia! Lord Fairfax Highway becomes Berryville Pike upon entering the state.
Photos taken April 2017.
Welcome to Rippon!
Photos taken April 2017.
Heading out of town, the speed limit goes up to 55 MPH.
Photos taken April 2017.
US 340 widens to become a four-lane divided highway that looks like an ADHS corridor but actually isn't one.
Photos taken April 2017.
There is a traffic light at Augustine Avenue (CR 340/18).
Photos taken April 2017.
There is an exit for Charles Town Road (WV 115).
Photos taken April 2017.
There is an exit for WV 9 east. Westbound WV 9 is multiplexed with US 340 straight ahead.
Photos taken April 2017.
The two routes split. Exit here to stay on US 340. WV 9 continues straight ahead.
Photos taken April 2017.
At the end of the ramp, turn right to stay on US 340. East Washington Street (WV 51) begins to the left.
Photos taken April 2017.
There is a traffic light at Jefferson Terrace Road and Keyes Ferry Road (CR 26).
Photos taken April 2017.
There is a traffic light at Patrick Henry Way and Somerset Village Road.
Photos taken April 2017.
There is a traffic light at Old Country Club Road (CR 24) and Marlow Road (CR 340/4).
Photos taken April 2017.
Halltown Road (CR 340/12) begins on the left.
Photos taken April 2017.
Blair Road (CR 23) begins on the right.
Photos taken April 2017.
Shepherdstown Pike (WV 230) begins on the left at a traffic light.
Photos taken April 2017.
There is a traffic light at Shipley School Road (CR 340/13) and US Customs and Border Protection Drive.
Photos taken April 2017.
There is an uncontrolled intersection at Shipley School Road (CR 340/13) and Koonce Road (CR 340/14).
Photos taken April 2017.
There is a traffic light at Bakerton Road (CR 27) and Millville Road (CR 27).
Photos taken April 2017.
Service Road begins on the right.
Photos taken April 2017.
There is a traffic light at West Washington Street and Shoreline Drive.
Photos taken April 2017.
The freeway ends, and US 340 narrows down to become a two-lane undivided road. It heads downhill toward the river.
Photos taken April 2017.
Shenandoah Street begins on the left.
Photo taken April 2017.
There is a bridge over the Shenandoah River.
Photos taken April 2017.
On the other side of the bridge, US 340 follows the Shenandoah River to where it empties into the Potomac River. Chestnut Hill Road (CR 32) begins on the right.
Photos taken April 2017.
US 340 continues along the river to the border with Virginia. It continues across the state line as Jefferson Pike.
Photos taken April 2017.
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