Top of Whitby Camp

Starting on Shanks Avenue in Whitby, I drove a circle around the camp. These roads are mostly paved now. I dont know why.
Looking down Fink Street, the right side has my grandmothers house, the Allans house and what was the Finks house. The left side of this street has a few of the original homes. Most have been torn down for lumber. Fink Street is one of the remaining center streets in the Whitby camp that can be walked down. I would NOT advise driving. Fink Street is on the Whitby WV Street map which can be seen here.

The Table below will have the results of my drive around the immediate Whitby Camp. Each link is a different picture and view. Any Feedback is welcomed and please understand that these pictures were taken with the best intentions and best attempts at privacy. If anybody feels that I have invaded their privacy by posting these pictures, I apologize in advance as this is an attempt to preserve the town of Whitby before the houses were being used for scrap lumber.

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Driving to the Bottom of the camp at Whitby WV
Continuing Drive to Bottom of Camp at Whitby WV
Driving at the Bottom of the Camp at Whitby WV
Bottom of the Camp at Whitby WV
Looking Up at Whitby WV
"Mining Office" at Whitby WV
Rails going into Whitby
Looking down to the Bottom of the Camp at Whitby WV
House Across the way at Fink Street
Walking down Fink Street
Violet Finks House "The Best Cook Whitby ever had"
The Allens House at Whitby WV
Fink Street in Whitby WV
Side view of Bowling House
Margaret Bowlings House
Whitby Superintendants House in 2003
Whitby Church in 2003
Front of Whitby WV Church
Remains of Dr. Rileys Office
Home of Whitby Constable
Rails in Whitby?
Halstead Cemetery
Whitby Post Office in 2003
Battleship in 2003
Where is Whitby?
Company Store at Whitby WV
Whitby Mining History
Whitby Memorial Page
Smith and Stover at Whitby