ⓘ Mechanicsburg Gap

                                     

ⓘ Mechanicsburg Gap

Mechanicsburg Gap is a water gap through Mill Creek Mountain in Hampshire County in the U.S. state of West Virginia.

Mechanicsburg gap allows for the passage of the North West highway 50 / West Virginia route 28, and mill Creek through a mountain stream. It takes its name from the community of Mechanicsburg spaces on the West entrance.

Today, Mechanicsburg gap has a number of interesting features in it. Near the jail of the 18th century house lies the Romney spring which flows from the PVC pipe at the foot of the gap which is visited daily by its patrons along highway 50. Mechanicsburg gap is also home to the now closed limestone quarries, which cut a huge hole in the gaps of the Northern wall. Adjacent to the career of the former Evelyns restaurant, which was popular Steakhouse and truck stop. The site is home to a relaxed, good-natured, a store with various items.