Yesterday's Cornerspotter wasn't as hard as we thought it'd be as every commenter was able to guess correctly that the old general store in the late 50s/early 60s photo was located where Tyson's Corner is now. While Tyson's Corner is a bustling area known for its mall and Metro, the area used to be known for its peaches. The area was quiet and rural with so little traffic, you'd be lucky to find a car passing by once every 10 minutes.
· Before it was a concrete jungle, Tysons Corner was a tiny crossroads [The Washington Post]
· Cornerspotter archives [Curbed DC]