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An African-American miner leads a horse and cart of coal out of a mine entrance.
The train was carrying lumber from Robson, W. Va. to a C. & O. station at Deepwater, W. Va before wrecking. Pictured are O. B. Johnson, D. P. Craig, Henry Tucker, J. S. Blake, Albert Pickle, Chet Cooper, Will Hamilton, Tom Berkley, and George Harvey.
The train was carrying lumber from Robson, W. Va. to a C. & O. station at Deepwater, W. Va before wrecking. J. S. Blake is standing on the wheel near the ground. Also pictured are D. P. Craig, William Darlington, and Pete Foster.
A group of men and boys are lined up on the store's porch. Mr. B. Killy is identified as the superintendent.
View overlooking the mine facilities and miners' village.
Men are gathered outside of the large brick building in which the Beury Brothers Coal and Coke Company store is located. Subjects unidentified.
View of the town's main street which is situated next to railroad tracks.  The train station is visible at the far left, while businesses line the street.
Men and children stand in front of the remains of the First National Bank building. Large swaths of town were destroyed during the fire.
"Mt Hope W. Va. after the conflagration March 24th, 1910"  The majority of the buildings in town have been destroyed.  A number of brick chimneys are left standing after the wooden buildings burned.
The older horse delivery method was replaced by this Ford automobile, driven by Mr. Thompson.
Standing at the gate are Mother, Emma and Andy Oschlager.
The "Improved Order of Red Men" are pictured in the forefront of the photograph wearing sashes. The pastor of this church was J. W. Legg.