Looking north and south along the Ohio River from there.
Now click for an EB drive to reenter the state from Ohio.
A couple of sidelong views of the bridge from US 33/WV 2 to the south. To see more, try the WV 68 link at the bottom of this page.
US 33 EB leaves WV 2 NB to each shack up with I-77 in opposite directions.
US 33 WB/US 119 SB across the Little Kanawha River leaving downtown Glenville and continuing west toward the routes' split.
In Glenville, courtesy H.B. Elkins. WV 5 leads to I-79 Exit 79 in Burnsville.
US 33 WB/US 119 SB into Glenville.
Fun facts in Weston. To see the building itself, check out Weston at the link at bottom.
US 33/119 cross this old stone bridge to head out of town. (West/South respectively are to the right, from their multiplex with US 19 SB.)
US 33/119 EB/NB at US 19 in central Weston and on to I-79. US 48 now begins here with Corridor H across the state.
WB/SB as US 48 ends multiplexed.
EB/NB to Buckhannon and the end of the US 119 triplex with US 33/48.
Whether fractional, county, state, or US, those shields are on button copy. Whether LGS, BGS, or gore sign, those signs have button copy. These are all on US 33/48 WB heading toward Buckhannon, starting out from the split with US 250/WV 92. County Routes are really more properly classified as state secondary routes, but numbers do reset across county lines. Non-fractional County Routes were originally intended to be more important than the fractional ones, but not up to being primary routes. It's all moot from the state's point of view, because they maintain everything.
Eastbound button copy; WB has a similar one for CR 151 (not really a county route, just a state-maintained route with county numbering) but I missed it.
Now free from US 48, these are US 33/WV 55 WB in the Seneca Rocks National Recreation Area.