Austinville, Virginia

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Austinville, Virginia
Coordinates: 36°51′04″N 80°54′43″W / 36.8512342°N 80.9120233°W / 36.8512342; -80.9120233Coordinates: 36°51′04″N 80°54′43″W / 36.8512342°N 80.9120233°W / 36.8512342; -80.9120233[1]
Country United States
State Virginia
County Wythe
Elevation[1] 2,130 ft (650 m)
ZIP code 24312
Area code(s) 276

Austinville is an unincorporated community on the New River in southern Wythe County, Virginia, United States. New River Trail State Park runs through Austinville, and Shot Tower Historical State Park is located nearby. The town is the birthplace of Stephen F. Austin, for whose family it is named.

The ZIP code (mail delivery region) for Austinville extends south into neighboring Carroll County.

Austinville is built on the location of Lead Mines, Virginia, the seat of the former Fincastle County, as well as Lead Mines District, described as a "nonfunctioning county subdivision".[2]

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