Main Street, Highlawn Drive, Spencer Road, Ripley Road, South Lewis Street, West Second Street, East Second Street, Corridor H, North Randolph Avenue, Seneca Trail, Allegheny Drive, Mountaineer Drive, North Main Street, Maple Avenue, Blue Gray Trail

Westbound Views

US 33/WV 55 runs west as a two-lane undivided road, winding its way through the mountains. There is a small town called Alpena, but otherwise the surroundings are very rural along this stretch.
Photos taken May 2016.
In Bowden, US 33/WV 55 becomes a four-lane divided highway for a short distance. There are at-grade intersections at Faulkner Road (CR 5/12), Kelly Mountain Road (CR 25), and Old Route 33 (CR 33/8).
Photos taken May 2016.
The highway ends, and US 33/WV 55 narrows down to two lanes again. The speed limit drops to 45 MPH coming into Elkins.
Photos taken May 2016.
There is a traffic light at Seneca Trail (US 219/US 250/WV 92). Turn left to go south to south or right to go north. US 33 and WV 55 split here, and are routed along Seneca Trail to the north and south, respectively. 11th Street is straight ahead.
Photos taken May 2016.
US 33 is multiplexed with US 219/US 250/WV 92 along Seneca Trail and with US 219/US 250 along North Randolph Avenue through Elkins to the western section of Corridor H.
Unlike its eastern counterpart, the western section of Corridor H has some traffic lights. There is a light at WV 92. Turn left to go south. Northbound WV 92 is multiplexed with US 33/US 250 straight ahead.
Photos taken May 2016.
CR 151 begins on the left at an uncontrolled intersection.
Photos taken May 2016.
Harding Road (CR 250/15) begins on the right at an uncontrolled intersection.
Photos taken May 2016.
US 250/WV 92 splits off to the right as Junior-Philippi-Grafton Road at a traffic light. Corridor H continues straight ahead as US 33 alone.
Photos taken May 2016.
Skipping west to Buckhannon, US 119 is multiplexed with US 33 along Corridor H. There is a traffic light at Brushy Fork Road (CR 7).
Photos taken May 2016.
Along this stretch, there are uncontrolled at-grade intersections at WBUC Road (CR 33/2), Red Rock Road (CR 5/6), Fink Run Road (CR 5/5), Sauls Run Road (CR 5/1), Broken Mountain Road (CR 12), Hidden Lane Road (CR 33/4), Sawmill Road (CR 33/15), Tree Farm Road (CR 119/30), Snyder Run Road (CR 34), Honeysuckle Road (CR 33/17), Beech Lick Road (CR 119/24), Wilson Siding Road (CR 119/22), Georgetown Road (CR 15), Horner Road, Sauls Run Road (CR 119/21), Gaston Road (CR 33/3), and Sunset Drive (CR 119/33).
Photos taken May 2016.
Approaching the end of Corridor H, the speed limit drops to 55 MPH. There are at-grade intersections at Glady Fork Road (CR 119/18) and Grass Run Road (CR 33/3).
Photos taken May 2016.
There is an at-grade intersection at Hinzman Street, followed by a traffic light at Berlin Road (CR 13).
Photos taken May 2016.
Corridor H ends here at an interchange with I-79.
Photos taken May 2016.
The median ends, and US 33/US 119 narrows down to become a two-lane undivided road.
Photos taken May 2016.
Coming into town, the speed limit drops to 40 MPH.
Photos taken May 2016.
US 33/US 119 runs west through Weston. Here, it is called East Third Street.
Photos taken May 2016.
There is a traffic light at Main Avenue (US 19). Turn right to go north or left to go south and to stay on US 33/US 119.
Photos taken May 2016.

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