Charleston, West Virginia, is fortunate to have not one but two markets downtown. The traditional Capitol Market is an enclosed building with a long central hall and vendors to either side. Originally this was built after the Kanawha and Michigan Railroad built a rail yard on Smith Street. After falling into disrepair, the market was reestablished as the Capital Market in 1997. Today there is a year-round outdoor market and a collection of indoor shops featuring fresh fish, meat & produce, books, wines, chocolates, crafts, and restaurants.