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    Cook's Old Mill - Greenville, West Virginia

    B & O railroad station in Grafton WV on left and Willard Hotel on right

    smallest post office - Silver Lake WV 26716 - a sign inside the post office reads " Office manned every Friday the 13th"

    Henry Clay Iron Furnace

    Graceland Inn - summer home for Senator Henry Davis

    WVU students using the PRT to get around on the campus.

    Weston Sate Hospital largest stone structure in US

    Blues Festival, Haddad Riverfront Park, Charleston, WV

    At the junction of the Ohio and Kanawha Rivers stands this monument which commemorates the frontiersmen who fought and died at the Battle of Point Pleasant. This battle was fought with Chief Cornstalk on October 10,1774, and is recognized as the decisive engagement in a proactive series of Indian wars. The name "Tu-Endie-Wei" is a Wyandotte word meaning "point between two waters."

    Gravesite of Chief Cornstalk, Point Pleasant, West Virginia

    The Mothman Prophecies is a 2002 psychological thriller film directed by Mark Pellington, based on the 1975 book of the same name by parapsychologist and Fortean author John Keel. The screenplay was written by Richard Hatem. The film stars Richard Gere as John Klein, a reporter who researches the legend of the Mothman. The film is based on actual events that are alleged to have occurred between November 1966 and December 1967 in Point Pleasant, West Virginia.

    Old Kanawha County Courthouse

    Tygart River Dam | Grafton, West Virginia

    "Anything Can Float Race" Sternwheel Regatta, Charleston, WV

    St. John's Basptist Church in Stotesbury, WV

    The Elk River, at Elkhurst, Clay County, West Virginia

    Woodburn Hall, West Virginia University

    The West Virginia Coal Miner Located directly outside the Main Capitol Building, and designed and sculpted by native West Virginian Dr. Burl Jones.

    New River gorge

    Gauley river

    Appalachian Trail - 2100 miles Maine thru Georgia.

    BARRACKVILLE COVERED BRIDGE\nLemuel Chenoweth, a covered bridge builder and contractor from Beverly, built The Barrackville covered bridge in 1853. It is a multiple Kingport truss with a Burr arch, 148 feet in length and 20 feet wide. It was completely restored in 1999.\n It is located on Marion County Route 21 in Barrackville, West Virginia.