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St. Marys, West Virginia (U.S.)

Pleasants County

Last modified: 2022-12-03 by rick wyatt
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[Flag of St. Marys, West Virginia] image by David Zigler, 6 November 2022
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The flag is a white field with a thin blue inner border. In the middle is the seal.
Photo of the flag:
David Zigler, 6 November 2022


[seal] image by David Zigler, 6 November 2022

The seal consists of four main objects, The first is the Pleasant County Courthouse, as St. Marys serves as it's county seat. A variety of industrial buildings like Silos, Water Towers, Smokestacks, and warehouses represent the industrial history of St. Marys. The third is a suspended bridge, this is very strange as the city does not have a suspended bridge, it did have one and it was known as the "Saint Marys Suspension Bridge". The bridge was demolished in 1971, and was replaced by the Hi Carpenter Memorial Bridge, a cantilever bridge. The fourth is a steam locomotive, this represents the railroad which goes straight through the middle of the town. The town and state name are inscripted at the bottom with the year "1849" underneath.
David Zigler, 6 November 2022