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Point Pleasant, West Virginia: Stainless Steel Pioneers

Unique stainless steel statues of historical figures -- Chief Cornstalk, Daniel Boone, Mad Anne Bailey, and others -- line the city's flood wall riverwalk.

101 4th St., Point Pleasant, WV
The statues are hidden from downtown, on the riverwalk side of the city flood wall. You can access the far side of the wall at the west end of 4th St. The statues should all be south of that portal.
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Statue of Lord Dunmore.

Park of Mini Life-Size Statues

Park space with a riverwalk displays oddly-sized statues of local historical figures.

[Stephen Francia, 06/11/2020]

The stainless steel statues of pioneer-era Point Pleasant people -- such as Chief Cornstalk and Mad Anne Bailey -- were sculpted by the late Bob Roach, who also sculpted the town's famous Mothman statue.

Nearby Offbeat Places

Mothman MuseumMothman Museum, Point Pleasant, WV - < 1 mi.
Mothman StatueMothman Statue, Point Pleasant, WV - < 1 mi.
Patriotic Mothman MuralPatriotic Mothman Mural, Point Pleasant, WV - < 1 mi.
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Red, White, and Blue Yeager Rocket, St. Albans, WV - 36 mi.

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