Located about 3 miles south of Junior, just north of the junction with Rt 33.
For more on Barbour County: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barbour..._West_Virginia
For more on Randolph County: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Randolp..._West_Virginia
There are a lot of great roads in Randolph County, as it is really at the edge of the Allegheny Mountains. Anything west of Elkins is what I consider "foothills". Still lots of great roads, but not a lot of elevation change. Just east of Elkins are 4 mountains within Randolph County on Rt 33/55 alone - Shavers, Rich (lots of history there!), Middle, and Allegheny. All are between 2,000 - 3,500 foot elevation.
Historical Marker located on Rt 250/92 south of Junior. (Side 1)
View south on Rt 250/92 into Randolph Co. That's the Tygart Valley River to the right (See previous post on Grafton - Tygart Dam)
Historical Marker - Side 2.
View north on Rt 250/92 into Barbour Co.