Thornburg, Virginia

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Thornburg, Virginia
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A Best Western hotel under construction in 2010, on Mudd Tavern Road (VSR 606) west of I-95 at exit 118.
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Thornburg, Virginia
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Thornburg, Virginia
Coordinates: 38°8′0″N77°31′18″W / 38.13333°N 77.52167°W / 38.13333; -77.52167 Coordinates: 38°8′0″N77°31′18″W / 38.13333°N 77.52167°W / 38.13333; -77.52167
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State Flag of Virginia.svg  Virginia
County Flag of Spotsylvania County, Virginia.png Spotsylvania
Time zone UTC−5 (Eastern (EST))
  Summer (DST) UTC−4 (EDT)

Thornburg is an unincorporated community in Spotsylvania County in the U.S. state of Virginia. Thornburg is centered on the intersection of the Jefferson Davis Highway (U.S. 1) with Morris, Mudd Tavern, and South Roxbury Mill Roads. According to the Geographic Names Information System, Thornburg has also been known as Mudd Tavern and Thornsburg throughout its history. The town is located near Interstate 95 exit 118, where several motels and travel-related businesses exist.


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