Plymouth, West Virginia facts for kids
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The town is located north of the mouth of Guano Creek on the Kanawha River along West Virginia Route 62.
The community was named after Plymouth, Pennsylvania, the native home of two mining officials.
Much of the community is now located within the Amherst-Plymouth Wildlife Management Area.
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