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  • 41.

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    Easton Mill Rd

    Easton Roller Mill is a historic sawmill and grist mill.

  • 42.

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    111 N Jefferson St

    Enjoy a stroll through this 236-acre National Register Historic District which contains 70 18th & 19th century buildings, near several unique shops and restaurants. A must for any history or ...

  • 43.

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    2339 Meadowbrook Mall

    Features over 100 stores.

  • 44.

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    3250 Harvey Rd

    Step back in time at this farm museum and village which preserves and recreates our Appalachian heritage and culture. The museum is comprised of more than 12 buildings ...

  • 45.

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    CR-24/27 & CR-24

    The Simpson Creek Covered Bridge was washed out in 1889 and relocated in its present location. It is open to foot travel.

  • 46.

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    300 6th St

    This state park was once the site of a lumber and grist mill community and is now a 1,145 acre park. The 12 and 18 foot falls are the centerpiece of the park. Activities you can enjoy here ...

  • 47.

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    1 S Stone St

    Enjoy 1,300 slot machines, fine dining overlooking live greyhound racing action, or wager in the off-track betting parlor. Discover paradise in our Island Room featuring ...

  • 48.

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    1 Kirkway Dr

    With its 24 automated lanes, this bowling center offers league bowling, open bowling, and \"cosmic lite bowling.\" In addition, they feature a snack bar and ...

  • 49.

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    208 Adams St

    Discover this wonderful source of fine ladies clothing with things for all occasions. From casual clothing to formal wedding attire, they've covered all the ...

  • 50.

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    Route 2, Box 417 Masters Road

    Oldest commercial cave in WV - regular and wild tours. Stage coach stop in 1812. General Lee's troops lived in cave during Civil War. Civil defense shelter, RV campground, rodeo grounds.