This 500-page book is your guide to something worth seeing and doing in every part of the state. Driving tours, state parks, historic sites, scenic views and much more. Detailed directions and phone numbers are included to help in planning.
A visual treat with full-page color photographs of these historic bridges from a noted West Virginia photographer, along with descriptions of each bridge and driving directions.
Been there, done that? Maybe not... check out ghost tours, quaint museums, factory tours, fish hatcheries and other surprises.
Pictures, just pictures. Beautiful full-page color pictures of state parks. Lakes, waterfalls, mountain vistas and much more will whet your appetite to see wonderful state parks.
There are 24 scenic drives from the Coal Fields to the Eastern Panhandle that highlight the natural and historic features of the Mountain State. The sites along the way are covered in detail along with a general description of the drive.
All of the state's registered historic places gathered in one convenient guide. The list is organized alphabetically by county, then by location, making it a handy source for planning day trips.
When the last Mail Pouch barn painter retired in 1992, it was the end of an era. A visual treat, this book provides a trip down memory lane and a guide to finding examples of this early form of advertising that is rapidly disappearing.
The front cover of this oversized book is a view of Germany Valley in autumn. Inside are 260 pages of equally glorious landscapes, from the panhandles to the coalfields.
This book is aimed at those of you who like to get out of the car and explore. Each waterfall listed has a general overview, directions, trail description and ratings for its beauty and photography potential. There's even a designation for falls that are recommended based upon ease of access or beauty.
This is a book honoring the beauty of the common, the vernacular, the things we take for granted. Take a trip across the state and enjoy the charm of a barn in winter, a wraparound porch, a white clapboard church, a sunflower and more.
This colorful book celebrates the humble barn. The author traveled the 756 miles of roads – 200 of them unpaved – in Summers County to find and photograph 230 barns built before 1950. In addition to photos, there are stories about the barns, the people and their heritage.
Take a trip back in time to Charleston. This unique book juxtaposes historic and contemporary images of landmarks in the city. Here are streets, buildings, homes and churches from then and now.