Location: Access at Bullstown Hist. Area & Millstone Run Parking Area.
State(s): West Virginia
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Weston and Gauley Bridge Turnpike is a historic turnpike located at Burnsville, Braxton County, West Virginia. It is a 10 mile long section of trail, approximately 20 feet in width, with an unpaved surface. It is administered by the Army Corps of Engineers. The route was built starting in 1847 to provide access to Sutton for transport of product to grist mills and sawmills, and provided access to the Bulltown sawmills. During the American Civil War, the turnpike was used in 1861 by Union troops to move to take control of western Virginia. It was also critical in the movement of troops during the Battle of Bulltown on October 13, 1863. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1995.
Width: 127 inches.
Primary Surface: Grass or vegetation
Secondary Surface: Grass or Vegetation
Average Grade: 23%
Maximum Grade: 50%
Elevation Low Point: Not Available
Elevation High Point: Not Available
Elevation Gain (cumulative): Not Available
Year Designated: 2001
Supporting Webpages and DocumentsBrochure: USACE Brochure and Map
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US Army Corps of Engineers
HC Box 24
Burnsville Lake, WV 26335
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