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View from the bridge showing railroad tracks. Nitro was created during WWI in 1917 to produce gunpowder for the war effort.
View of factories taken from the bridge. Nitro, W. Va. was created during WWI in 1917 to produce gunpowder for the war effort.
View of homes and factories in Nitro, a town created during WWI in 1917 to produce gunpowder for the war effort. The gunpowder factories are visible in the distance.
View of the town and factories in Nitro. Nitro was created during WWI in 1917 to produce gunpowder for the war effort.
Nitro's train station was likely on the Kanawha and Michigan Railway Company line.
Scenery outside of Edgewood Country Club near Nitro. W. Va.
Unidentified boys and men march in a parade down the street in Nitro, with factories in the background. Nitro was created during WWI in 1917 to produce gunpowder for the war effort.
View of the factories and railroad in Nitro, W. Va. Nitro was created during WWI in 1917 to produce gunpowder for the war effort.
Unidentified people play instruments at camp in Nitro, W. Va.Nitro was created during WWI in 1917 to produce gunpowder for the war effort.
Sitting area inside Nitro house No. 29 in Nitro, W. Va. Room shown in picture is another view of the living roomThis was one of the 1,724 "pre-cut" houses Minter Homes Corporation built in Nitro.The design of the layout was named the "Five-Room Executives Residence"
Inside Nitro house No. 29, Nitro, W. Va. Room featured in picture is the dining roomThis was one of the 1,724 "pre-cut" houses Minter Homes Corporation built in Nitro.The design of the layout was named the "Five-Room Executives Residence"
Country Club Building in Nitro, W. Va.   Edgewood Country Club was likely chartered as Glenwood Athletic Club in 1898.Later burned down.