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Photo - View from highway
Welcome to wild, wonderful West Virginia.
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Photo - View from highway
Welcome to city of Elkins, WV. Attractions in and around Elkins, West Virginia: The Allegheny Highlands Trail, WV. The Allegheny Highlands Trail is a 25 mile hiking/cycling, non-motorized scenic trail along the original route of the West Virginia Central & Pittsburg Railway. - American Mountain Theater, WV. - Durbin-Greenbrier Valley Railroad/New Tygart Flyer; For railroad enthusiasts featureing four hour round trips into a 1500 deep canyon, May to October - Graceland & Halliehurst Mansions - Monongahela National Forest, WV. 919,000 acres, with 500 trails. campgrounds. - Randolph County Museum, housed in the original 1828 building. The museum shows the early history of the area's pioneers, early settlement tools, Civil War artifacts.
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View from highway - Looking at the Tygart River, WV.
Tygart River, WV,is a tributary of the West Virginia, Monongahela River, approximately 160 miles (257 km) in length. Fishing for trout and walleye.
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Junction of US Highway #33
East to community of Canfield, WV and a National Fish Hatchery. West to communities of Buckhannon, WV, and Weston, WV. Note: Highway #250 and #55 overlap Highway #219 at this point. Attractions in Buckhannon, WV. - Buckhannon Strawberry Festival, held in May.
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Randolph County, WV
Randolph County, the largest in West Virginia, is situated in the central eastern section of the state. It contains 1,046.34 square miles of land area. 176,230 acres of the Monongahela National Forest lie within the county. Randolph County is mountainous. The surface level varies from 1,750 feet above sea level at Laurel to 4,760 feet above sea level near Harman. Within the county there are twenty knobs over 4,000 feet high. In the center of the county is the relatively broad Tygart Valley. The county is drained by tributaries of the Cheat and Tygart Rivers.
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Ward Road
Access from highway.
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Photo View from highway
Community of Beverly, WV. Access to historic district of Beverly. In 1772, permanent settlers were returning to the valley. Randolph County was formed in 1787, and a town was laid out on the lands of James Westfall. At first known as Edmundton, the town was chartered as Beverly in 1790, and established as the county seat. Attractions in and around Beverly, WV. Rich Mountain Battlefield Civil War Site, 5 miles west of Beverly - Beverly Heritage Center, free Admission.
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Photo View from highway
'Rich Mountain, WV. - At Rich Mountain, 5 miles West, July 11, 1861, Federal forces defeated Confederate troops whose trenches may still be seen. Military reputations of Gen. Geo. B. McClellan and of Gen. W.S. Rosecrans were established by this victory.'
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Photo View from highway
Beverly, WV. - Settled about 1753 by Robert Files and David Tygart. Files' family was massacred near by Site of Westfall's Fort, 1774. In Mt. Iser Cemetery are the Union trenches and graves of Confederate soldiers killed in Battle of Rich Mountain, WV.
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Access to Roadway #30
East side of highway.
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Access to Roadway #37 - Scotts Lake Road
East side of highway.
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Services at highway
Gas, public phone - East side of highway.
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Community of Dailey, WV
Access from highway. Dailey, WV located in the Monongahela National Forest, WV. The National Forest has 24 campgrounds. They have a rating of 1 (Primitive walkin sites) to 5 (camping sites that have electricity, showers fish cleaning stations, flush toilets, interpretive programs).
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Access to lodging
East side of highway.
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Community of Valley Bend, WV
Access from highway.
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Services, gas, diesel on highway
East side of highway.
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Roadside turnout
Gravel, no services - East side of highway.
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Photo - View from highway
Community of Mill Creek, WV.
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View from highway
Crossing Mill Creek, WV.
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Services and fuel at highway
Gas only, no diesel; access to public telephone.
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Community of Huttonsville. Photo of historical marker of 'Army Headquarters - 1861 - This village was held by Colonel George Porterfield until he was relieved of command by General Robert Garnett, (C.S.A). In 1861, it became the headquarters of Generals George McClellen and J.J. Reynolds of the Union Army.'
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Junction of US Highway #250 and #92
East to communities of Durbin and Bartow. Note: Highway #250 leaves #219, heading East to Allegheny Mountains. Services, gas and diesel, at South side of highway.
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View from highway.
Travelling South on highway.
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Roadway #43 - Beckey's Road
East side of highway.
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View from highway
Travelling South on Highway #219.
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Roadway #56 - Crouch Road
Access to campground on East side of highway.
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View from highway
Access to Kumbrabow State Forest, WV. - includes cabins, campground and picnic areas - North side of highway. Kumbrabow State Forest is located along the western edge of the allegheny Highlands atop Rich Mountain. The 9,474 acres of forest range from 3,000 to 3,930 feet above sea level, making Kumbrabow the state's highest forest. Kumbrabow is a showcase for stands of black cherry and red spruce. Diverse habitat has made black bear, turkey, deer, grouse, and bobcat sightings common to visitors throughout the year. Mountain laurel and rhododendron are abundant and surround the majority of several pristine streams, creating beautiful scenic views throughout the forest. Access to Mill Creek Campground Kumbrabow State Forest, WV. Camping facilities: 13 camping sites, , picnic tables , fireplace , drinking water , pit toilet facilities , coin operated shower and laundry
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Roadside turnout
East side of highway.
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View from highway
Approaching bridge on Tygart River, WV.
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View from highway
Crossing Tygart River, WV, photo looking West. The Tygart River, WV, is approximately 160 miles (257 km) long, part of the watershed of the Mississippi River.
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Conley Run Road
East side of highway.
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Community of Valley Head, WV
Access from highway.
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Junction of State Highway #15
West to community of Webster Springs, WV. The town was famous in the late 1800s and early 1900s for its numerous salt sulphur water wells. Attractions in Webster Springs, WV. - The annual Webster County Wood chopping Festival, a weekend-long competition in which lumberjacks from all over the world compete. The festival is hel;d the week before and ending on the Sunday of the Memorial Day weekend.
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Photo of historical marker. 'Valley Head - In 1777, Indians killed Darby Connolly and several members of his family on Connolly Run. Other settlers were taken captive. At Indian Run in 1780, three members of surveying party under Jacob Warwick were killed by the Indians.'
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Roadway #64 - Marple Road
East side of highway.
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Services and gas at highway
East side of highway.
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Roadside turnout
Gravel, no services - West side of highway.
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Roadside turnout
Gravel, no services - East side of highway.
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Roadside turnout
Gravel, no services - West side of highway.
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Roadway #219 - Big Run Road
East side of highway.
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Access to camping and lodging
West side of highway.
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Photo - View from highway
Community of Mingo, WV. - unincorporated.
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Roadway #51 - Mingo Flax Road
West of highway.
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Roadside turnout
Gravel with historical marker sign - East side of highway.
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Junction of Roadway #51 - Mingo Flax Road
West side of highway.
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Pocahontas County, WV
Pocahontas County has five State Parks: Watoga-the largest; Droop Mountain, WV State Park,-the oldest; Cass, WV, State Park,-the only one to interpret logging history; BeartownWV State Park, -the most unique; and the Greenbrier River Trail, WV, State Park, -the longest. Two State Forests are also in the county, Seneca State Forest, WV, and the Calvin Price State Park, WV. Over 800 miles of country trails afford plenty of choices for where the family hike, mountain bikes, and horseback rides.
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Community of Mace, WV
Access from highway.
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Services, gas, lodging at highway
No diesel - West side of highway.
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View from highway.
Travelling South on Highway #219.
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View from highway
Travelling South on Highway #219, view of the right side.
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Junction of Highway #66
East access to Snowshoe Silver Creek Ski Resort, WV. East to community of Cass, WV. Access to public telephone. East access to Monongahela National Forest, WV. Attractions in Monongahela Forest: The Cranberry Glades Botanical Area, the largest area of bogs in West Virginia - Cass Scenic Railroad State Park. Steam Engine Train rides. The Cass Scenic Railroad is the same line built in 1901 to haul lumber to the mill in Cass. - NRAO, WV. The world's largest, steerable radio telescope. Fee public tours, Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day.
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Community of Slatyfork, WV
Access from highway.
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Access to Bed & Breakfast
Also access to campground.
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Services and gas at highway
No diesel - West side of highway. Also access to public telephone.
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View from highway
Travelling South on Highway #219.
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Junction of Highway #150 - The Highland Scenic Highway, WV
The Highland Scenic Highway is a beautiful corridor through the National Forest. This National Forest Scenic Byway extends 43 miles from Richwood to US Route 219, seven miles north of Marlinton. The Highway follows State Route 39/55 for 21 miles from Richwood to the Cranberry Mountain Nature Center and passes by Falls of Hills Creek. It then turns onto State Route 150 for the 22 mile Parkway section that passes by the Cranberry Glades and the Cranberry Wilderness. The Highway traverses the mountainous terrain of the Allegheny Highlands and Plateau, and rises from Richwood, elevation 2,325 feet, to over 4,500 feet along the Parkway. NOTE: for highway travel via the West Virginia Highland Scenic Highway - See The Highland Scenic Highway, WV, Itinerary for driving directions
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View from highway
Travelling South on Highway #219.
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Roadside turnout
Gravel, no services, with scenic viewpoint - East side of highway.
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Photo - View from highway
Community of Edray, WV. Access to the Greenbrier River Trail West Virginia State Park. 78-mile long rail trail, for bicycling, backpacking, cross-country skiing and horseback riding.
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Services and gas at highway

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Access to lodging
West side of highway.
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Photo - View from highway
Community of Marlinton, WV. settled in 1749. Marlinton, WV; is located on the path of the old Seneca Indian trail,this trail once lead from upper New York to Georgia.
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Access to lodging
West side of highway.
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Stoney Creek Road
North side of highway.
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Services, gas and diesel
East side of highway.
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Junction of Highway #39
Access to Minnehaha Springs, WV. Services, gas and diesel at highway. Note: Highway #39 joins #219 and #55 at this point.
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Roadside turnout, gravel, no services with historic sign - West side of highway. Photo of historic sign. 'Marlinton - Settled, 1749, by Sewell and Marlin. The oldest recorded settlement on western waters. Here stood oak, marking corner of first survey west of Alleghenies. Here was Fort Greenbrier, built 1755 and garrisoned by Andrew Lewis.'
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'Marlinton - The old Seneca Indian Trail from New York to Georgia may be seen at this point. During the French and Indian War, 18 settlers lost their lives in vicinity. During Indian raids in 1779, 13 were killed and many were taken captive.'
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Junction of Roadway #18 - Spruce Flat Road

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Community of Buckeye, WV
Access from highway.
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Services and fuel at highway
Access to public telephone.
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Access to Greenbrier River Trail
East side of highway. The Greenbrier River Trail, operated by West Virginia State Parks, is a 77 mile (120 kilometer) long former railroad, now used for hiking, bicycling, ski-touring, and wheel-chair use. The former Greenbrier Division of the C. & O. Railway was built at the turn of the century to serve the booming timber industry of that time. The trail passes through numerous small towns and traverses 35 bridges and 2 tunnels as it winds its way along the valley.
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View from highway
Travelling South on Highway #219.
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Access to Highland Scenic Highway
Community of Mill Point. Note: Highway #55 leaves #219 at this point. East access to Cranberry Mountain Visitor Center, WV, Hills Creek Falls, WV, North Bend Recreation Area, WV.
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Services and fuel at highway
Gas and diesel - West side of highway. Access to Watoga State Park - East side of highway. Watoga State Park is located in the mountains of Pocahontas County just 14 miles south of Marlinton, West Virginia. The park consists of 10,100 acres filled with a multitude of recreational activities including hiking, swimming, horseback riding, fishing and boating.
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    Access to Greenbrier State Park, WV
    East side of highway. Located in the southeastern corner of the state near the border of Virginia, Greenbrier State Forest provides over 5,100 acres of heavily forested, mountainous terrain for outdoor recreation. Greenbrier State Forest offers a 16-unit campground, suitable for tents, trailers, and other recreational vehicles. Each site features electric hookup, a picnic table and stone fireplace with a grill. A central bathhouse provides guests with hot showers and restroom facilities. Water is available at a central location.
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      Point of Information
      Pearl Buck, Nobel Prize Winner - access to homestead and place of birth - East of highway.
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      Community of Hillsboro, WV.
      Attractions in and around Hillsboro, WV. - Cranberry Glades Botanical Area, the largest collection of bogs in West Virginia. Bogs - Beartown State Park - Droop Mountain Battlefield State Park, West Virginia's last significant Civil War battle. - Pearl S. Buck Birthplace, WV.
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      Services and gas at highway
      No diesel - West side of highway.
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      117.0
      Access to public telephone
      North side of highway.
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      Access to Droop Mountain Battlefield State Park, WV
      North side of highway. Droop Mountain Battlefield State Park is located in the Greenbrier River Valley north of Lewisburg and is the site of West Virginia's last significant Civil War battle. On November 6, 1863, the federal army of Brigadier General William W. Averell, in his second attempt to disrupt the Virginia-Tennessee Railroad at Salem, Virginia, faced again the Confederate troops of Brigadier General John Echols. Throughout the morning, Echols' smaller confederate army held the high ground and blocked the highway with artillery, but in the afternoon was overwhelmed by the crushing advance of federal infantry on his left flank.
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      Community of Droop, WV
      Access from highway.
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      Droop Mountain Battlefield State Park, WV.
      North side of highway. Note: top of Droop Mountain elevated 3060 feet.
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      Services at highway
      Gas only - East side of highway.
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      Beartown State Park, WV
      Beartown State Park is a natural area of 107 acres located on the eastern summit of Droop Mountain, seven miles southwest of Hillsboro, West Virginia. Beartown is noted for its unusual rock formations, which are comprised of Droop, or Pottsville, Sandstone formed during the Pennsylvanian age. Massive boulders, overhanging cliffs, and deep crevasses stir the imagination of most visitors.
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      Greenbrier County, WV
      Northern limits. The story of The Greenbrier begins at the spring of sulphur water that remains at the center of the resort property. It issues forth below the green dome of the white-columned Springhouse that has been the symbol of The Greenbrier for generations. Since 1778 people have come to take the waters to restore their health. For the first one hundred and twenty-five years the resort was known by the name White Sulphur Springs.
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      Access to Roadway #7
      East side of highway.
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      133.9
      Community of Renick, WV
      Northern limits.
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      Access to Greenbrier River Trail, WV
      East side of highway.
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      142.2
      Junction of Roadway #9
      West side of highway.
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      147.2
      Junction of Roadway #13
      East side of highway.
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      149.0
      Community of Frankford, WV
      Access West of highway to community of Williamsburg.
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      149.3
      Roadway #17 - Williamsburg
      West side of highway.
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      150.0
      Access to Greenbrier Trail on Anthony Road
      East side of highway.
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      150.4
      Services and gas on highway
      East side of highway. Also access to public telephone.
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      157.1
      Community of Maxwelton

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      157.7
      Access to Greenbrier Valley airport
      East side of highway.
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      Access to Greenbrier Valley Airport
      East side of highway.
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      Services, fuel at highway
      Gas and diesel - West side of highway.
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      160.5
      Access to Bed & Breakfast
      West side of highway.
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      City of Lewisburg, WV
      Lewisburg is nestled in the heart of a beautiful bluegrass plateau at an elevation of 2,000 feet above sea level. Lewisburg, the county seat, is the shopping and banking center for the Greenbrier Valley. Attractions in and around Lewisburg, WV - Lost World Caverns, 120 feet below the Earth's surface. Self-guided tours. The cave always remains a constant 52 degrees. - North House Museum, WV - Lewisburg, WV Historic District, the district looks much as it did in the late 1700s, great place for Civil War buffs.
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      Services, gas at highway
      East side of highway.
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      162.5
      Access to lodging
      West side of highway.
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      Access to Interstate #64 West
      West to communities of Clintonville and Beaver. NOTE: For highway travel via Interstate #64 - See Free I#64 RV itinerary for highway driving directions

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      Access to Interstate #64 East
      East to White Sulphur Springs.
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      City of Lewisburg, WV
      Welcome to historic Lewisburg, WV
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      165.5
      Services and fuel at highway
      Gas and diesel available - South side of highway.
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      165.6
      Access to Virginia State Police

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      Access to lodging
      South side of highway.
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      166.4
      View from highway
      Photo of local buildings, museum in city of Lewisburg.
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      166.4
      Junction of Highway #60 East and West
      East access to communities of Midland and Charleston.
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      Hope Lane

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      Community of Fairlea, WV
      Access from highway.
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      168.8
      Services and fuel at highway
      South side of highway.
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      Access to public telephone

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      Services and fuel at highway
      Gas and diesel - North side of highway.
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      Community of Ronceverte, WV
      Settled circa 1775, Ronceverte, a French word meaning 'Greenbrier,'
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      Services and gas at highway
      East side of highway.
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      173.6
      View from highway
      Photo of local buildings in community of Ronceverte, WV.
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      Junction of Highway #63 West
      Note: Highway #63 overlaps Highway #219 at this point.
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      174.5
      Point of Information
      Crossing Greenbrier River, WV.
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      Access to campgrounds
      West side of highway.
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      Junction of Roadway #41

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      Services and fuel at highway
      West side of highway.
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      Junction of Highway #63 East
      Access to community of Caldwell, WV.
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      181.3
      View from highway
      Travelling South on Highway #219.
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      Cedar Hill Lane
      North side of highway.
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      182.8
      View from highway
      Travelling South on Highway #219.
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      Point of Information
      Crossing Second Creek. Munroe County line. This rural, agricultural community retains many of the characteristics imparted upon it by previous generations. Three scenic byway routes encompass distinct geographical settings; the quaint winding course of Indian Creek; the gently rolling plateaus of karst farmland; and finally, the picturesque Sweet Springs Valley, nestled alongside the lofty ridge of Peters Mountain in the Appalachian Ridge and valley regions. Hiking, fishing and exploring nature are favorite pastimes of tourists. Enjoy self guided tours of the vast mineral springs, two recently restored covered bridges and old grain and blacksmith mills. Appalachian trail access, Moncove Lake State Park, Hanging Rock Observatory atop Peters Mountain.
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      View from highway
      Travelling South on Highway #219.
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      View from highway
      Travelling South on Highway #219.
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      Community of Pickaway, WV
      Access from highway.
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      192.0
      Junction of Highway #3
      West access to communities of Sinks Grove, Wolf Creek and Shady Spring.
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      Junction of Highway #3 overlaps Highway #219 at this point.
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      Services and fuel at highway

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      Roadside turnout
      Access to rest area and picnic area - North side of highway.
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      View from highway
      View from highway driving South.
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      Welcome to town of Union, WV.
      Settled by James Alexander in 1774.
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      Point of interest
      Historical sign in Union.'Civil War Monument - On Aug. 21, 1901 this 20 ft. monument with 6 ft. statue depicting typical Confederate soldier was dedicated to the Monroe County men who served the lost cause. Hinton Marble Works produced the Italian marble statue, standing on granite pedestal placed on native blue limestone. Site selected in anticipation of Union's growth. Dedication crowd of 10,000 heard speech of Gen. John Echols.'
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      Business section in Union, WV
      Access from highway.
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      198.6
      Services and fuel at highway
      Gas only, no diesel - South side of highway.
      123.5
      198.7
      Junction of Highway #3 East
      Access to communities of Keenan and Gap Mills.
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      199.0
      View from highway
      Note: Highway #219 South is also called scenic byway 'Farm Heritage Route.'
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      Sulphur Springs

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      204.9
      Indian Creek

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      206.0
      Point of Information
      Crossing Indian Creek, WV.
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      212.0
      Junction of Highway #122
      North access to communities of Greenville and Forest Hill. Scenic byway continues on Hwy #122 and leaves Hwy #219.
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      212.8
      Roadside turnout
      Gravel - North side of highway.
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      214.1
      Simms Hill Road
      North side of highway.
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      Community of Rock Camp, WV.
      Access from highway.
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      217.2
      View from highway
      View from highway travelling South.
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      221.2
      View from highway
      Travelling South on highway.
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      223.8
      Community of Lindside, WV
      Access from highway.
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      224.0
      View from highway
      View from highway travelling South.
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      Services and fuel at highway

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      225.5
      Junction of Roadway #27 - Pine Grove Road

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      228.0
      Access to Appalachian Trail
      South side of highway.
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      229.0
      Roadside turnout
      Gravel, no services - North side of highway.
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      230.0
      View from highway
      Travelling South on Hwy #219.
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      231.0
      View from highway
      Travelling South on Highway #219.
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      Historical marker - North side of highway. 'Woods' Fort - This defense, erected, 1773, by Captain Michael Woods, was of importance during Lord Dunmore's War. Troops from here were engaged in the Battle of Point Pleasant next year and later with George Rogers Clark.'
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      Fielding Hills Road

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      Community of Peterstown, WV
      Peterstown, WV, is the site of the 1928 discovery of the 34.48 carat (6.896 g) Jones Diamond.
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      Business district of Peterstown. Point of Interest - historical marker. 'Home of Jones Diamond - An alluvial diamond weighing 34.48 carats, largest diamond to date found in North America, was discovered here in April 1928, by William P. 'Punch' Jones and his father, Grover C. Jones, Sr., while pitching horseshoes in the home yard of Mr. and Mrs. Grover C. Jones. 'Punch' was later killed in combat during World War II. Mr. and Mrs. Grover C. Jones still retain ownership of the diamond.'
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      Junction of Highway #12 - scenic byway Farm Heritage Route
      North to communities of Ballard, Red Sulphur Springs. NOTE: For highway travel via the Farm Heritage Route, Scenic Byway - See Free RV Highway Itinerary the Farm Heritage Route for driving directions.
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      Giles County
      Giles is named for William Branch Giles who was born in Amelia County, Virginia in 1762. Giles became a lawyer and from there was elected to the House of Representatives where he served from 1790 to 1815. He also served on the Virginia Legislature from 1816 to 1822. In 1827, he was elected Governor. In all, he served his nation and state around a total of forty years.
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