Power Plant and Dam No. 4 (Potomac River)

Power Plant and Dam No. 4 (Potomac River)


Shepherdstown, West Virginia (WV), US
Power Plant and Dam No. 4 is a historic hydroelectric power generation station on the Potomac River, located near Shepherdstown on the county line between Berkeley and Jefferson County, West Virginia. The power plant is a tall one-story, limestone building on a high stone foundation. It is five bays long and has a gable roof. The building is built into a hillside, so the main floor is the top floor. The power plant was originally built by the Martinsburg Electric Company.

It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1980.
Power Plant and Dam No. 4 is a historic hydroelectric power generation station on the Potomac River, located near Shepherdstown on the county line between Berkeley and Jefferson County, West Virginia. The power plant is a tall one-story, limestone building on a high stone foundation. It is five bays long and has a gable roof. The building is built into a hillside, so the main floor is the top floor. The power plant was originally built by the Martinsburg Electric Company.

It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1980.
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By: Mike1989

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