The tiny, rural village of White Post, Virginia, is named after the directional signpost standing in its center at Berry’s Ferry and White Post Roads. The octagonal wooden post is 11-feet tall and 64-inches in circumference. A small lantern sits on top.
Dulsie is said to have its origins in the word dhulfhasaidh, which means meadow. The current bridge dates to 1755, when it was constructed by Major William Caulfield and men from Lord Robert Manner’s Regiment.