MPS 48-47-01

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County
Tucker Co, WV
Sides Painted
1
Color
Black
Structure
Brick Building
Unique Characteristics
Serves to steady nerves
Still Standing
Yes, Greatly faded
Credits
Photos 1-3 by Larry Zinn (Dec. 1987 - contributed by Butch Moon). Photos 4 & 5 by Dave Tower (July 23, 2001). Photo 6 by Elmer Napier (2001). Photo 7 by Steven Rotsch (2003). Photo 8 by Jarek Tuszynski (Mar. 6, 2004). Photo 9 by Jack Powers (Nov. 23, 2006). Photo 10 by Jimmy Emerson (Aug. 3, 2007). Photo 11 by Val Baldwin Carnell (Feb. 2012). Photo 12 by Sarah Ridgeway (June 24, 2012). Photos 13 & 14 Google street view (Oct. 2015). Photo 15 Bing Map's bird's eye view.
Other Information
Old Sutton Theater.
Where to find it
Spruce St., in Thomas, on the left side of the street headed northeast. Spruce St. is a one-way street headed northeast. Entering Thomas from US Rt. 119, take WV Rt. 32 (Spruce St.) south into Thomas. Follow WV RT. south and bear right , where WV Rt. becomes East Ave. Follow East Ave. south to intersection with Spruce St. Make a left onto Spruce St. The Sutton Theater is on the left side of the street about 0.2 miles north of WV Rt. 32 (East Ave.). The MP sign faces southeast. One end. Brick building (old Sutton Theater). Black. Greatly faded.
Latitude °
39° 09.03'
Longitude °
-79° 29.86'
Barn Map
Latitude: 39.15045690866155       Longitude:-79.49772220978696
Author: David Tower
Modified by: David Tower
Modified on: 14th Feb, 2016 12:47 PM
Item ID: 1723

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