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The headhouse or shed used for storage. This one contains construction materials , probably used in building railroads and support structures.
A long, steep conveyor line use to move coal from the mines and down the mountain in Fayette County.
Photograph was taken during the construction of the Ohio extension of the Norfolk & Western Railroad.
Identified, back row: Troy; Elliott; Betty; Robert E.; Elias; Joe D. Front row: Mary; Rose; Anderson; Willis; Levicy Chafin Hatfield; Tennyson. The photo was taken during the construction of the Ohio extension of the Norfolk & Western Railroad in southwest West Virginia.
Members of a team of engineers working on the Ohio Extension of the Norfolk & Western Railroad through the Tug River Valley in Southern West Virginia. L to R: Flint, Russel, Wright.
A barge loaded with supplies for the engineers and crews working on the Ohio Extension along the Tug Fork and Big Sandy Rivers between Welch in McDowell County and Kenova in Wayne County. None of the men are identified in the photograph.
Several workers pose next to a horse drawn cart used for hauling. This image is probably an example of pinpoint photography.
Only identified man is Herbert S. Thomas Sr., seated on the right.
Photograph taken during the construction of the Ohio extension, part of Norfolk & Western Railroad. None of the individuals are identified.
Squire Murphy, 2nd from the left and four unidentified children.
View of the Tug Fork River, looking from the Civil Engineers' Camp 6. The photograph was taken during the building of the Ohio extension of the Norfolk and Western Railroad.
Photograph taken of several unidentified civil engineers during the construction of the Ohio extension of the Norfolk & Western Railroad.