Harpers Ferry blanketed by first significant snowfall of the season – Gallery

By Vanta Coda III, RealWV

Overnight on Monday, winter storm Hannah brought several inches of snow to West Virginia’s eastern panhandle. The snowfall, combined with the historic downtown of Harpers Ferry, created a special site for both towns folk and visitors.

Pedestrians, both human and non, brave the B&O Railroad bridge in Harpers Ferry. Photo by Vanta Coda III, RealWV.
Snow covers the underbrush under Saint Peter’s Roman Catholic Church. Photo by Vanta Coda III, RealWV.

With the weather driving out most visitors, the usually bust High Street allows for pedestrians to cross with ease. Photo by Vanta Coda III, RealWV.

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