Lorado WV Home in the Valley

Welcome to Lorado, West Virginia early 1900's through 1960's Lorado is a coal mining community near the head of Buffalo Creek in Logan County, West Virginia. Hundreds of us grew up there and can now only visit the good ole days in our minds, reminiscing with family and friends and visiting the Homepages of others. If you have any pictures, letters or other info you would like included please email them to me and I will gladly include them in the Lorado Photo album.

Bus on the way to Lorado from Logan

This picture was taken by James LeMaster of Landville and was taken about 1940. The driver was Joe Conley. Notice the three modes of transportation, bus, horse and train. This picture is from The Coal Miner's Daughter's page

Halloween Party At Lorado Grade School 1949

See if you can find yourself at this fun party

Lorado Methodist Church MYF Choir, April 1963.Rev Phyllis Harvey is at the piano, first row sitting down Shirley Toney, Sandy Necessary, Charlene Bucy, Shirley Necessary Back row Linda Maynard, Jesse Toney, David Doczi, Janie Bucy and Donnie Maynard.

Father, Charles W. Bucy, at the machine shop up Davy Hollow

Frank Oney, "Soda Jerk" at Lorado Drug Store with friends in 1940's

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Jane Bucy Cook
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