Appalachia Marker, X-23

The town sprang up after the Louisville and Nashville Railroad and Southern Railroad made a junction here in 1890. Named for the Appalachian Mountains, in the heart of which it stands, it was incorporated in 1906; the streets were laid out in 1907. Appalachia, in the Jefferson National Forest area, is the trading center of the Wise coal fields.

Marker Information:
Year On Marker: 1941
Region: Southwest Region
Geographic Location: Wise County
Physical Description of Location: 129-185 W Main Street, Appalachia, VA 24216.
GPS Location: 36.905682,-82.781653
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