The Aetnaville Bridge, an abandoned yet emblematic structure that connects the former village of Aetnaville in Bridgeport, Ohio, with Wheeling Island in Wheeling, West Virginia, is scheduled for demolition.
As of January 2024, Corridor H, also known as US Route 48, is a partially completed 157-mile four-lane expressway connecting Interstate 79 in Weston, West Virginia, to Interstate 81 in Strasburg, Virginia.
In Wayne County, West Virginia, particularly in its rural areas, lie the abandoned tunnels of the former Kenova District, Scioto Division of the Norfolk & Western Railway.
In early 2023, I ventured into the heart of West Virginia’s north-central region to capture the remnants of its once-thriving railroad industry.
The Benton Ferry Bridges, consisting of two steel arch structures, facilitated the crossing of Interstate 79 over the Tygart River and the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad in Pleasant Valley, West Virginia.
The East Huntington Bridge, more than just a typical cable-stayed bridge, marked a significant advancement in its era.
Each autumn, the rugged beauty of West Virginia’s New River Gorge is temporarily overshadowed by a daring display of human audacity during Bridge Day.
Jackson County, West Virginia boasts a rich history, especially when it comes to its iconic covered bridges: The Staats Mill Covered Bridge and the Sarvis Fork Covered Bridge. Both structures serve as a testament to the craft, innovation, and heritage of the area.
West Virginia, like many states in the U.S., has a rich history that is reflected in its infrastructure.
Nestled amidst the rugged terrains of West Virginia is Corridor L, a marvel of engineering and a testament to the determination of a state to connect its people and spur economic and tourism growth.