ⓘ Rainelle, West Virginia

                                     

ⓘ Rainelle, West Virginia

Rainelle is a small town on the western edge of Greenbrier County, West Virginia, in the United States. It sits at the base of Sewell Mountain and Sims Mountain, and is bisected by the Meadow River. The only means of transportation to and from Rainelle are roads, primarily US 60 and WV 20, which merge on the west end of the town, and the James River and Kanawha Turnpike, which enters from the south. The population was 1.505 at the 2010 census.

                                     
  • Rock formatted broadcast radio station licensed to Rainelle West Virginia serving the Rainelle Summersville Lewisburg area. WRLB is owned and operated
  • formatted broadcast radio station licensed to Rainelle West Virginia serving Rainelle and Rupert in West Virginia WRRL is owned and operated by Shilo Communications
  • station licensed to Rupert, West Virginia serving Rupert, Rainelle and the northwest corner of Greenbrier County, West Virginia WYKM is owned and operated
  • 20, 2016. The line runs from Rainelle West Virginia to Clearco, West Virginia for a total of 20.8 miles. At its west end the track wye s off of the
  • community in Fayette County, West Virginia It is located on the Midland Trail, part of U.S. Route 60, west of the town of Rainelle U.S. Geological Survey
  • West Virginia WRON - FM - Lewisburg, West Virginia WRRL - Rainelle West Virginia WRVC - Huntington, West Virginia WSGB - Sutton, West Virginia WSWW
  • Greenbrier County, West Virginia United States. Sims is located along West Virginia Route 20 2.5 miles 4.0 km southwest of Rainelle US Board on Geographic
  • The Meadow River Lumber Company, which operated in Rainelle West Virginia from 1906 to 1975, was the largest hardwood sawmill in the world. It had three
  • Greenbrier County, West Virginia United States. Lilly Park is located on West Virginia Route 20 2 miles 3.2 km southwest of Rainelle US Board on Geographic