West Virginia Penitentiary, Moundsville, West VirginiaWest Virginia PenitentiaryMoundsville, West VirginiaMy husband and his sister went to an overnight ghost hunting session at West Virginia State Penitentiary.West Virginia Penitentiary, Moundsville, West VirginiaWest Virginia PenitentiaryMoundsville, West VirginiaThe electric chair, built by an inmate, at the prison.West Virginia Penitentiary, Moundsville, West VirginiaWest Virginia PenitentiaryMoundsville, West VirginiaA cell in the penitentiary. Ew!Grave Creek Mound, Moundsville, West VirginiaGrave Creek MoundMoundsville, West VirginiaIndian burial moundAlexander's On 7th, Moundsville, West VirginiaAlexander's On 7thMoundsville, West VirginiaOld bank from the 20th century that's been converted into a stylish joint with specialty foods. Glad it wasn't turned into a parking lot, happens...West Virginia Penitentiary, Moundsville, West VirginiaWest Virginia PenitentiaryMoundsville, West Virginia#StunningStructuresMoundsville, West VirginiaMoundsvilleWest VirginiaMoundsville Walking Trail #walk #hike #hiking #biking #exercise #trail #westvirginiaMoundsville, West VirginiaMoundsvilleWest Virginia Rock, West VirginiaRosbys RockWest VirginiaLarge carved (and misspelled) rock commemorating a railroad track joining.South Wheeling, Wheeling, West VirginiaSouth WheelingWheeling, West VirginiaSeeming homage to or mock of Joe Diffie's "John Deere Green." Letters aren't quite three foot high though.Coleman's Fish Market, Wheeling, West VirginiaColeman's Fish MarketWheeling, West VirginiaGreat fish sandwich!South Island, Wheeling, West VirginiaSouth IslandWheeling, West VirginiaWheeling Suspension Bridge. Built in 1849, first bridge to cross the Ohio river. Oldest operating suspension bridge in the world.Oglebay Park, Ohio County, West VirginiaOglebay ParkOhio County, West VirginiaNice little waterfall on the walking trail at Oglebay ParkFour Seasons Camping Resort, Washington County, PennsylvaniaFour Seasons Camping ResortWashington County, PennsylvaniaRat snake I caught on a camping trip in WVSeceder Cemetery, Mount Pleasant, OhioSeceder CemeteryMount Pleasant, OhioThe Scots-Irish Associate-Reformed Presbyterians (Seceders) held strict ideals about individual liberty that were compatible with the anti-slavery...The Tin Shop, Mount Pleasant, OhioThe Tin ShopMount Pleasant, OhioThe Tin Shop located at 276 Union Street was built in the 1840's. Over the years it has served many purposes including a grocery, a music store and...Dr. Ernest Finley House, Mount Pleasant, OhioDr. Ernest Finley HouseMount Pleasant, Ohio376 Union Street, built in 1889. Dr Ernest Finley was was captured by Morgan's Raiders to treat a wounded soldier. The soldier died in Dillonvale,...People's National Bank - 1838, Mount Pleasant, OhioPeople's National Bank - 1838Mount Pleasant, Ohio337 Union St, Mt Pleasant, OH, Home of Vincent Mitchell, a merchant, c 1830's - 1849. Later it served as The People's Bank and post office.Kirk-Dilworth Row Houses, Mount Pleasant, OhioKirk-Dilworth Row HousesMount Pleasant, OhioThis stretch of brick row houses celebrates its bicentennial in 2015. 191-199 and 205 Union St. Known as the Kirk-Dilwoth Row Houses. The home on...William Reid House 1840, Mount Pleasant, OhioWilliam Reid House 1840Mount Pleasant, Ohio355 Union St., was built ca. 1840 by William Reid, a Justice of the Peace and member of the Mt. Pleasant Board of Education for 43 years.
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