Explore the PHT
Cross the river and enjoy the fine Victorian architecture. Today, only 500 folks live here, but it was once a hub of coal mining activity. Outstanding structures include the bank building and the United Methodist Church which dates to 1900.
This is another neat place to visit, if a little harder to get to. Your tour starts with the tunnel and trestle which cross the trail here. They were built in 1900 for the four mile long Washington Run Railroad. Today they carry a road. A (careful) trip through the tunnel and across the river is a must. Back on the west side, pass through the tunnel again and climb the hill to town. You’ll find an old style town square, a drugstore with a soda fountain, a blacksmith shop plus a gristmill and distillery open for tours.