- Engine on the Laurel Fork and Sand Hill Railroad
- ca. 1880-1890
- '#1 R.H. Gratz, BLW 1743, 7/18/68, 15x18" 44 0 21 ton. Ancient engine, the Gratz, one of the two engines which operated on the Laurel Fork and Sand Hill Rail Road. Taken around 1880-1890. Two persons on the tender are unidentified, but Swearingen said the two others were David Reece, engineer, and C. M. Jones, master mechanic. The engine was scrapped in 1897, along with th railroad system. (Picture to accompany Parkersburg News article, July 10, 1960).'