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Babcock Gristmill
Photo By Chris Jarrell

  • Title: Babcock Gristmill
  • State/Province/Region: West Virginia
  • Country: United States
  • Nearest Area: Babcock State Park
  • Nearest Town: Ansted WV
  • Brief Directions: From Beckley go north on Rt 19 to Hico WV. Go east on Rt 60 to Rt 41. Go a few miles south on Rt 41 to entrance to the Babcock State Park on right.
  • Notes: Best time to go is usually the second week of October.
  • GPS Longitude: 37.980469
  • GPS Latitude: 80.944705
  • Best Season: Autumn
  • Description: I picked a perfect fall day to capture this shot of the gristmill and reflection off the creek.
  • Gear: Sony 580
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