2015 Hidden History Photo Contest Exhibit is Moved to a New Location

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Date: October 13, 2015
Contact: Jodi French-Burr, 304-574-2114

black and white photo of water tank
This image of Camp Brookside in Summers County won Best in Show – Adult in the 2015 Hidden History Photo Contest

Arlene Russell

Glen Jean, West Virginia—Continue to celebrate southern West Virginia's rich history through the winning photographs of the 2015 Hidden History Photo Contest exhibit. Each photo highlights a different part of the region's heritage. This annual contest was open to West Virginia amateur photographers, youth and adult.

Twenty-seven heritage-based images are in this display that will now rotate through several visitor center locations during the autumn and winter seasons. This exhibit can also be viewed online at www.nps.gov/beri/planyourvisit/hidden-history-photo-contest.htm. Here is this season's photo exhibit schedule:

  • October 2015: Coal Heritage Museum at the depot in Bramwell, West Virginia. Open Friday and Saturday10:00 amto 5:00 pm and Sunday11:00 amto4:00 pm.
  • November 2015: Hatfield and McCoy Convention and Visitor Bureau, 325 Stratton Street in Logan, West Virginia. Open Monday through Friday,9:00 amto4:30 pm.
  • December 2015: Canyon Rim Visitor Center of New River Gorge National River in Lansing, West Virginia. Open daily 9:00 am to5:00 pm.
  • January 2015: Sandstone Visitor Center of New River Gorge National River in Sandstone, West Virginia. Open daily9:00 amto5:00 pm.

Find out more about heritage sites in this area, visit www.nps.gov/neriorwww.coalheritage.org. You can also find updates on the New River Gorge National River's Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/newrivergorgenps or follow us on Twitter at https://Twitter.com/NewRiverNPS.


Last updated: October 13, 2015

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