Well, there is a cute miniature blue town that has popped up on one of the old stone piers that remain in the James River just east of the pedestrian walkway. It has a church at its center, a fountain, a lighthouse and at least 30 other buildings. It resembles a quaint New England coastal town, reminiscent of a place Norman Rockwell would portray in the Saturday Evening Post.
Whomever climbed up there to layout the town is a brave soul. The piers are between 12- and 16-feet tall and from the looks in the photo, the little buildings seem to be anchored down with putty or some other adhesive.
Sorry for the “gotcha” headline, but you’ve got to admit, that’s a cool and clever prank somebody was able to pull (unless that’s your little town and you’ve been wondering who stole it).