Meadow Bridge, West Virginia

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Meadow Bridge, West Virginia (WV), a community in Fayette County, was incorporated in 1920 and named for the location of a bridge over the upper Meadow Creek near the Meadow River. The Meadow River Lumber Company began timbering in the region in the early 1900s and built a line through the town, the Sewell Valley Railroad, which connected its mill at Rainelle with the mainline of the Chesapeake & Ohio Railway (C&O).

Lodging near Meadow Bridge, West Virginia

Parks & Public Recreation

Meadow Bridge is situated in an area of meadows known colloquially as the Little Meadows, which is associated with a larger area of meadows, the Big Meadows, on the nearby Meadow River. The flanks the town to the southwest.


Meadow Bridge is located on highway WV-20 approximately 12 miles southwest of highway US-60 at Rainelle, West Virginia, and seven miles north of the I-64 expressway at Green Sulphur Springs, West Virginia.

Map of Meadow Bridge, West Virginia

Regional Information

Meadow Bridge is located in the in southern West Virginia near the .