We have nothing planned for the immediate future. The extremely cold weather, with snow and ice, has dampened our ability to plan anything during the early months of the year. We are trying to maintain regular hours as much as possible, but have to make a decision each day as to what the weather conditions are and the safety of travel. Our one part-time worker lives in the country, as do we volunteers, and as we get "older" we aren't quite as nimble to take on the cold. We advise that you call ahead if you are traveling from a distance to see if you get a person or the answering machine or you can send an email inquiry. Those are generally checked at home in the mornings, so a reply can be gotten back before open hours. Open hours are Tuesday through Friday from 10:00 to 3:00. Phone: 740-992-3810 - Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
This was called "Dead Man's Curve" located at intersection of SR's 7 and 124.
The Peacock Coal Company at Forest Run and the Mining Village.
Courthouse before mid-1870's. Built in the 1840's. Pomeroy home behind.
The Museum has a large collection of photographs and is appreciative of any that are donated. A wonderful way to preserve and tell the early history.