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Historical Marker

Interesting factoids on county.

Photographed Mar 2008 and Contributed by Paula Lucy Delosh

Falling Springs

Photographed and contributed by Patricia G. Viellenave

Lake Moomaw

Contributed by Janet Hill

Millboro tunnel

the old C&O tunnel at Millboro in Bath County. Constructed around 1860 and one of many through the mountains in this area. Millboro was a major railhead during the mid 1800's with hotels, stores, stockyard, and warehouses. Amtrak and CSX freight trains still use these tracks.

Photographed April 2002 and Contributed by Gill Pollard

Thomas Fortune Ryan House

In Hot Springs, originally a turn-of-the-century farmhouse transformed by Thomas Fortune Ryan in 1922.

Photographed and Contributed by Paula Lucy Delosh

Three Hills

Mary Johnston, a succesful novelist, purchased 40 acres in 1911. Designed by J. Ambler Johnston of Carneal and Johnston firm, a distant relative of Mary. Moved into her estate in 1913, and died in 1938.

Photographed Mar 2008 and Contributed by Paula Lucy Delosh

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