Burning Springs Complex

Along the N bank of the Kanawha River from the confluence of Burning Springs Run
Burning Springs, West Virginia

Historic Document

Burning Springs Complex is located in Wirt County, West Virginia certified as a historic location on Thursday May 06, 1971. This location is a protected historic place because of historical significance relating to Domestic, Industry/Processing/Extraction, more specifically a Hotel, Extractive Facility. Burning Springs Complex was nominated by as a historic location by State Government based on Event and its significance in Industry.

Burning Springs Complex Information

Other Name: Rathbone and Karns Wells
Ownership Type: Private
Type of Resource: District
Historically Significant Years Associated With This Location: 1859, 1860
Level of Governmental Significance: National
Architect, builder, or engineer: Rathbone Bros.; Et al.
Restricted Archeological Site: Not Listed as a Restricted Site

Burning Springs Complex Size Data

Acres occupied by this site: 200
Number of historically contributing buildings: 1
Number of historically contributing sites: 3
Number of historically contributing structures: 0
Number of historically contributing objects: 0
Number of noncontributing buildings: 0
Number of noncontributing sites: 0
Number of noncontributing structures: 0
Number of noncontributing objects: 0
Related Sections:
Burning Springs Historic Locations Wirt County Historic Locations West Virginia Historic Locations