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A bird's eve view of a residential part of Bristow.

Bristow is a town in Northern Virginia, in the process of being swallowed up by the expanding suburbs of Manassas.

Understand[edit]

Bristow is a rapidly-growing town. In 2000 the population of Bristow was 8,910, but the 2014 estimate is 29,000. It is mostly white and moderately wealthy.

Get in[edit]

Bristow is about 2 miles from I-66 exit 44.

Route 28 passes through the center of Bristow.

Mananas Regional Airport is minutes away from Bristow by car.

Mananas and Bristow/Broad Run are the local rail stations.

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Driving would be the best mode of transportation. There are also a few bus stops around the town.

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The northern Virginia area codes are 571 and 703. Cellular service is adequate everywhere the only places you should expect low coverage is in the rural southern part of Bristow. A good number of shops and stores have free WiFi.

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