Connected to the Luray Caverns is a Car and Carriage museum. Apart from several incredibly cheesy manequins dressed in period clothing, the museum is really impressive, with lots of contextual information.
But what struck me the most this visit was the year 1910. 1910 is the year our house was built, and I love wandering through our basement and looking at the exposed evidence of almost a hundred years of families and renovations and different construction materials, and thinking about what this house would have been like when it was built. There would have been no electricity, there may or may not have been running water, there was only one storey, and the house would have been surrounded by several hundred acres of farmland (instead of a 1980s era subdivision and some light industrial).
1910 is also the year of these vehicles:
Stunning, isn’t it?