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The Kissel Stop in Elkins is a time travelers’ repose

September 5, 2009
By Wayne Sheets, Contributing Business Writer

If Elkins were a town of murals, the bright yellow entrance with orange trim and lettering inviting folks into the Kissel Stop would surely be mistaken for one. Splashed against a wall of 100-year-old brick and an aged, rusty emergency fire escape hanging above the door, the entrance looks more like a painting on an old brick building than the entrance to one of the most popular dining and conversation spots in town.

 
 

 

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