1. My 100 block is a bumpy ride and called Captain’s Row.
2. I’m Lee Street. What was I called in the late 18th Century?
3. Route 1 splits and becomes Patrick one way, and Henry the other as they cut through Old Town. But which is North, and which is South?
4. Duke-Prince-King-Cameron-Queen-Princess-Oronoco. What happened to Duchess?
5. Since the late 1800s, King Street divided the streets parallel to the river as North and South. What street initially served this purpose?
6. Part of this street is named “Parker-Gray Way.”
7. My name is an ode to a train station once located near the corner of Duke and Henry.
8. Marylanders know me quite well, and I’m named after a famous historian, best known for writing “The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire.”
9. I’m on the north side, and named after a large brewery that stood where I am and the area on and near Trader Joe’s. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Passage.
10. A nuisance to motorists, my 700 block does not line up with the other parts of my street.
Source for questions four and five, “Walk and Bike the Alexandria Heritage Trail,” by Pamela J. Cressey
Source for question eight, "The History of Old Alexandria Virginia," Mary G. Powell
3- Patrick is northbound, Henry is southbound
4 - The city chose Oronoco, the type of tobacco grown in the Oronoco River Valley in Venenzuela and shipped out at the end of the street at West’s Point
7- Roundhouse Lane