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Dunloup Creek is a tributary to New River, emptying into the New at Thurmond, West Virginia (WV). Its entire length is 15.6 miles. Its fall from source to Price Hill is about 625 feet in 3.2 miles, or 195 feet to the mile. From Price Hill to Thurmond, the fall is about 740 feet in 12.4 miles, or 59.7 feet to the mile. Scenic Dunloup Creek Falls is located along this latter leg.

Dunloup Creek Falls of Dunloup Creek, located between Glen Jean and Thurmond, WV.
Dunloup Creek Falls of Dunloup Creek, located between Glen Jean and Thurmond, WV.

DunLoup Creek in Autumn, below Harvey, WV
DunLoup Creek in Autumn, below Harvey, WV

DunLoup Creek near Harvey WV
DunLoup Creek near Harvey WV

Dunloup Creek, photographed from an abandoned railroad bridge over the creek, at Dewitt WV.
Dunloup Creek, photographed from an abandoned railroad bridge over the creek, at Dewitt WV.

One of several retaining walls along  Dunloup Creek, that were built during the construction of the rail line along Dunloup Creek during the early 1890s.
One of several retaining walls along Dunloup Creek, that were built during the construction of the rail line along Dunloup Creek during the early 1890s.

Dunloup Creek near Dewitt WV
Dunloup Creek near Dewitt WV

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