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"The Dogwood City"

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The population of Mullens is approximately 1,653 (2005), 1559 (2010).
The approximate number of families is 1,063 (1990), 682 (2010).

The amount of land area in Mullens is 4.943 sq. kilometers.
The amount of land area in Mullens is 1.9 sq. miles.
The amount of surface water is 0 sq kilometers.
The distance from Mullens to Washington DC is 264 miles. The distance to the West Virginia state capital is 54 miles. (as the crow flies)
Mullens is positioned 37.57 degrees north of the equator and 81.38 degrees west of the prime meridian.

Mullens elevation is 1,426 feet above sea level.
The city tree is the The Dogwood Tree.
Mullens median income is $29,400 (2005).

The Mullens median home price is $48,600 (2005).

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Mullens location: in southern West Virginia about 56 miles from Charleston at the junction of State routes 10, 16, and 54 where Slab Fork Creek joins the Guyandotte River. Other nearby communities include Rhodell, Pineville, Lester, Northfork, Keystone, Sophia, Kimball and Coal City.

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Climate & Weather

The climate for Mullens is seasonal. Mullens is protected from extremes in temperature by the surrounding mountains which rise to over 3,400 feet above sea level.
Mullens average temperature is 51.7 degrees F.
The average winter temperature is 43.7 degrees F.
The average summer temperature is 66 degrees F.
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Mullens history:

Mullens began when Andrew Jackson Mullins moved here in 1894. The town was named for him, but a misspelling changed the i to an e in Mullens when the application for the post office was filed. Mullens was incorporated in 1912.

After the Dogwood was chosen as the official tree of Mullens, the Laurel Garden Club sold the trees, hoping that every yard in the city would have one. Hundreds of trees have been planted.

The center of smokeless coal field. The first commercial coal mine in the county was opened here in 1908. The Virginian Railroad came to town in 1906.

Mullens Historic Landmark Commission has identified more than 75 structures of historic significance.
The settling of Mullens: 1894
The incorporation date of Mullens: 1912

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Mullens attractions:

Twin Falls resort State Park
P.O. Box 1023
Route 97
Mullens, WV 25882
Phone: 304-294-4000
Toll-free: 800-CALL-WVA
Fax: 304-294-4000
Among the park's features are a mountaintop lodge, vacation cottages, dining, catering services, 18 hole, par 71 golf course, hiking, camping, picnicking, nature center, the Pioneer Farm, Swimming, Game courts and much more.

Stone Tunnel
A freestanding, unsupported railroad tunnel cut through solid rock in 1906 by the Virginian Rialway Co.

Railroad and Mullens Area Historic Museum
The Virginian Railway Co. Caboose #307 was restored to be used as the home of this museum. It is open to the public. The car was built in 1949. It was donated to the Chamber in 1987. After some setbacks, the caboose was moved on June 27, 1990 onto ties and rails which were original railway equipment. #307 was originally used in the Elmore train yard in Mullens. It brought up the rear of many coal trains. Items are continually added to the museum.

Several large murals may be seen around town on Howard Avenue and at the fire station.
The Virginian Mural is 20x90 feet and pictures an old Virginian Railway steam engine, #215, pulling baggage car #53, the Mail car and a passenger coach through a free standing, upsupported tunnel in west Mullens. The mural's setting is in the fall season and features typical colors for the original cars. It was painted in 1989 on a building built in 1924. Hundreds of hours were spent by volunteers helping to complete the project. Contributions are accepted at the Caboose museum for the mural's upkeep

See pictures of some of the murals, the high school and more taken from Mullens postcards.

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