Wednesday, June 1, 2011
The quaint little St. Landry Parish town of Washington, famed for its antique malls and antebellum charm, makes a killing with its interstate speed trap. By Heather Miller
Photos by Robin May
About 30 miles north of Lafayette and not far off Interstate 49 lies the historic St. Landry Parish town of Washington, a quiescent community of about 1,000 people known for its antiques, bucolic bed and breakfasts along the bayou ? and speeding tickets.If the image or description of Jackie Edgar Ford is incorrect please contact us here to send the correct information for review.