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Finlow, West VirginiaPhotos, maps and news from Finlow, West Virginia.Updated November 29, 2018.

Finlow was an unincorporated community and coal town in Fayette County, West Virginia.

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Browsing West Virginia History OnView | WVU Libraries. 'Bridge on Norfolk & Western Railroad about a mile below Ivanhoe, looking southeast.
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Browsing West Virginia History OnView | WVU Libraries. 'East Radford, Virginia, division point on the Norfolk and Western; Old Radford.
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Browsing West Virginia History OnView | WVU Libraries. 'Looking southeast at mile 67.5. Haines Ferry in foreground. River ridge to right.
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Browsing West Virginia History OnView | WVU Libraries. 'Foster Falls at mile 180.7, the most decided concentrated drop on the portion of.
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Browsing West Virginia History OnView | WVU Libraries. 13. New River at Fries, Virginia.
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Browsing West Virginia History OnView | WVU Libraries. 129. Piers Of Glade Creek Coal and Lumber Railway Bridge Looking Down New River, Glade, W. Va..
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Browsing West Virginia History OnView | WVU Libraries. Conductor O. J. Hellems, who died October 5, 1973, and sheet metal worker L. M..