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The waters of Marr Branch make a long descent, some 800 feet in total, carving its way down West Virginia's New River Gorge, through the abandoned mines, and under railroad tracks before joining the river below. Pictured is a lower section of waterfalls, splitting into two separate streams over an approximate 50 foot wall of boulders before converging and continuing toward its final destination.
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West Virginia Waterfalls
The waters of Marr Branch make a long descent, some 800 feet in total, carving its way down West Virginia's New River Gorge, through the abandoned mines, and under railroad tracks before joining the river below.  Pictured is a lower section of waterfalls, splitting into two separate streams over an approximate 50 foot wall of boulders before converging and continuing toward its final destination.