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US Highway endpoints in West Virginia

The URL for this map ends with the 2-letter state abbreviation "WV"; if you'd like to see endpoints in Virginia, just replace the "WV" with "VA". You can quickly jump to any other state using that method, with a few exceptions: for any of the six New England states, use "ME". For Delaware, use "MD". For Nevada, use "CA".
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US 250 east end, 1928-1934 (probable)
near Grafton
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US 220 south end, 1930-1934
New Creek
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US 48[II] west end, 1973-1991
Morgantown
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US 119 south end, 1926-1934
Morgantown
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US 48[III] west end, 2002-present
Weston (Virginia signs their short segment of US 48, and each segment in WV is signposted as it is completed.)
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US 21 north end, 1971-1974
near Pocatalico
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US 35 south end, 1970-2008
St. Albans (US 35 has been rerouted to a new endpoint northwest of here)
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US 121 north end, 2005-present
Beckley (this road is under construction and is not expected to be signed as US 121 for several years. However, as of 2008 a short segment west of Beckley was signed as WV 121.)
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US 219 south end, 1937-1980s (probable)
Princeton
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US 52 east end, 1932-1934 (probable)
Bluefield
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US 52 east end, 1926-1932
Huntington
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US 35 south end, 2008-present
Scott Depot (just north of this marker is the location of the new interchange 40, which officially opened to traffic in Oct. 2008. US 35 extends south of that interchange, ending here at Teays Valley Rd).
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US 35 south end, 1934-1970
Charleston