Signs and Sights from Nicholas County, W. Va.

Signage on west WV 39/55 at the intersection with WV 20 at Fenwick.

Signage on north WV 20 at Nettie, at the intersection with WV 39.

US 19 signage on east WV 39 at Summersville.

Signage on north US 19 at WV 41 north of Summersville. WV 41 is the old alignment of US 19. US 19 is Appalachian Corridor L, a four-lane route linking I-77 at Beckley with I-79 south of Clarksburg. It serves as a valuable cut-off for north-south traffic wishing to avoid Charleston and the curvy toll portion of I-77 between Beckley and Charleston.

Signage on the US 19/WV 41 multiplex south of Summersville.

US 19's bypass of Summersville is well-known as a speedtrap. This sign says "radar enforced" but others say "strictly enforced" to give notice to drivers to watch their speedometers.

Westbound WV 39 at WV 41 (old US 19) in downtown Summersville.

West WV 39 at WV 129 at Drennen, east of Summersville.

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