How to get to the West Side Transport Museum
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It’s a small, quaint, airy little museum tucked away in the back of a small city in West Virginia, about 60 miles north of Charleston.
The only sign of the people is the fact that it’s in a parking lot.
It’s also home to the state’s only public transport museum.
The museum is called the Westside Transport Museum.
And, as its name implies, the museum is a transport museum of sorts.
You’re going to see what it takes to get around West Virginia.
The Museum of the WestSide was established in 2010 to commemorate the construction of the first West Side Transit Authority in 1911.
It has since been in operation, with its first two trains passing through its gates.
It’s a big, well-kept place.
Its walls are lined with photos and memorabilia, some of which was created in the 1940s.
There’s a large map of West Virginia on the wall, along with photos of trains and other landmarks.
The people who work there are very kind, very polite and very, very knowledgeable.
They take pride in keeping the history of the area alive.
But they also know it has its fair share of challenges.
West Virginia is the first state to ban diesel vehicles in the state.
And while West Virginia has one of the lowest levels of car ownership in the nation, there are a number of obstacles to overcome.
That includes the state-mandated sales tax.
That means the average family in West VA needs to pay about $10,000 per year to buy a car, says Dan Bowers, a West Virginia historian and the museum’s president.
That’s a steep price to pay for the region’s small size.
It can take years to find a car that meets state emissions standards, and some parts of the state are notorious for high pollution.
But for the West Virginia Museum, it’s all about bringing people together.
The West Side Museum is a museum of history, a living museum, and a place to experience West Virginia through a transportation lens, says curator of transport Peter Friesen.
The museum is not just about how the people of West Virginia used to travel, but the people who drove them.
It is a way to connect with our history.
And Friese is just as excited as anyone else to get back to the old days of the old-fashioned road.
He says it’s a chance to see things he missed as a child growing up in West Virgina, including the sights of West Virgo and the people in the townships where he grew up.
We’re really hoping we can get people to come back, he says.
And I think the whole state has been looking forward to it, because it’s such a special part of the history.
It started out in the mid-1980s, when a couple of engineers came out of the airport and said, we want to have a transportation museum.
And they wanted to do it in West Virginias most beautiful city.
And the first thing that we did was build a parking garage, Frieser says.
In 1992, the state of West VIRGINA passed a law mandating that museums would have to have parking spaces.
The law also mandated that they must be located in communities with a population of more than 1,000 people, and that they have to be open 24 hours a day.
It was a very tough law to comply with.
But in the past few years, the West side has seen a resurgence in tourism, and so it was no surprise that they decided to try to do something about it.
So we built a parking space for the museum, which is now at a very reasonable cost, Fueser says, but it still requires a lot of money.
The only other museum that had a dedicated parking lot in the area was the museum that houses the statehouse.
And that’s been in West Vincennes since 1995.
But Frieses museum is now in the process of getting a new, bigger parking space, which will allow it to operate at an even lower cost.
But Friesens is optimistic.
He’s also hopeful that his museum will get a lot more visitors.
That could be a big boost for tourism in West, and hopefully, he’s right.
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