ⓘ Clifton Forge, Virginia

                                     

ⓘ Clifton Forge, Virginia

Clifton Forge is a town in Alleghany County, Virginia, United States which is part of the Roanoke Region. The population was 3.884 at the 2010 census. The Jackson River flows through the town, which as a result was once known as Jacksons River Station.

Clifton forge was an independent city during the 2000 census. However, in 2001, Clifton forge gave city status and returned to the city. In previous decades, the railroad was the main employer. Clifton forge is known for its mountain views and clear streams.

Clifton forge and the surrounding Allegheny highlands is served by the newspaper of record, a newspaper review and related social media platforms, with print editions published on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays and the Virginia Review of online published seven days a week.

                                     
  • Clifton Forge is a train station in Clifton Forge Virginia serving Amtrak s Cardinal line. It is located at 307 East Ridgeway Street in Clifton Forge
  • West Clifton Forge was an incorporated town located in Alleghany County, Virginia United States. In 1906 the towns of Clifton Forge and West Clifton Forge
  • East Elementary and Clifton Forge Elementary East, is a historic school building located at Clifton Forge Alleghany County, Virginia It was built in 1926
  • DSLCC is a community college in Clifton Forge Virginia which is among the 23 public community colleges in the Virginia Community College System. It is
  • Clifton High School Clifton Virginia former high school in Clifton Virginia Clifton Forge High School a former high school in Clifton Forge
  • Clifton Forge Residential Historic District is a national historic district located at Clifton Forge Alleghany County, Virginia The district encompasses
  • Clifton Forge Commercial Historic District is a national historic district located at Clifton Forge Alleghany County, Virginia The district encompasses
  • and the mascot was known as the Colt. In 1983, Clifton Forge High School, located in nearby Clifton Forge closed down, and students from there were consolidated
  • West Virginia to Clifton Forge in Virginia The name comes from its main export Mississippian limestone from Snowflake Quarry sent to Clifton Forge Virginia
  • Lynchburg near Buchanan, Virginia and combined with the Buchanan and Clifton Forge Railway Company to reach Clifton Forge Virginia The James River Subdivision
  • hits and oldies broadcast radio station licensed to Clifton Forge Virginia WXCF serves Clifton Forge and Covington. WXCF is owned and operated by WVJT