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New River Greenbrier Valley Region

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On January 29, 1873, the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad was completed from Huntington, West Virginia to Richmond, Virginia, with the ceremonial driving of the last spike at Hawks Nest, in Fayette County.

The New River Greenbrier Valley Region of West Virginia includes the following counties:

New River Greenbrier Valley Region

Fayette County

Museums: Thurmond Depot Museum, Thurmond, WV

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Greenbrier County

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McDowell County

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Mercer County

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Monroe County

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Raleigh County

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Summers County

Museums: Hinton Railroad Museum, Hinton, WV

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Wyoming County

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