Portions of Rend Trail closed for Bridge Repairs
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River Detours and Closures at the Thomas Buford Pugh Memorial Bridge
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Fayette Station Road Audio Tour
Fayette Station Road Tour
New River Gorge National River
A one hundred year-old road of hairpin turns winds down to the bottom of New River Gorge, across a narrow bridge, and up the other side. This CD will carry travelers back in time along Fayette Station Road to when coal was king and more than forty coal mining towns lined New River Gorge.
Coal Heritage Trail
Fayette Station Road is a spur of the
Fayette Station Road map
Fayette Station Road Audio Tour:
Part 1 :Intro - Canyon Rim Visitor Center
Part 2: Lansing-Edmond Road to Rt.82
Part 3: Rt. 82 to under NRG Bridge (north)
Part 4: Under NRG Bridge to Burma Road
Part 5: Burma Road to Wolf Creek parking
Part 6: Wolf Creek parking lot to under NRG
Part 7: Under NRG Bridge to U.S. 19
Part 8: U.S. 19 to Canyon Rim Visitor
Fayette Station Road Tour - text Produced & written by Penny J. Sander, Cambridge Seven Associates, Cambridge, MA Recording engineered by Brian Depaul Carey, Dexter Media, Boston, MA Packaging designed by Radoslav Mateev, Cambridge Seven Associates, Inc. Narrated by Jeffrey Holmes Music: "Hel Amongst the Vetica," Mark Simos & Friends, Clifftop Notes Vol. 1 (5-String Productions © 2001 Mark Simos/Devachan Music (BMI) /Administered by BUG. www.devachan.com
© 2006 New River Gorge National River,P. O. Box 246, Glen Jean, WV 25846 All rights reserved.Manufactured in the USA. Unauthorized duplication is a violation of applicable laws.
Did You Know?
One day each year, hundreds of BASE (Building, Antenna, Span, and Earth) jumpers come to New River Gorge to parachute from the New River Gorge Bridge.