The town of White Sulphur Springs stretches along U.S. 60 (Main Street) northeast of The Greenbrier Resort. U.S. 60, also known as the Midland Trail, follows the route of the old James River and Kanawha Turnpike. Incorporated in 1909 and now classified as a city, White Sulphur Springs had a 2000 population of 2,315, making it, after Lewisburg, Greenbrier County's second-largest urban jurisdiction.
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