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Railroad Bridge at Gauley Junction. Illustration from 17th Annual Report of the U.S. Geological Survey.'
'Along the Great Kanawha, No. 4: Movable Dam No. 6 on Kanawha River, No. 5: A Coal Tipple on New River. Published in Supplement to Harper's Weekly March 8, 1890.'
Print of the New River at Eggleston's Springs.
Credit if published: Courtesy Norfolk and Virginia Railway
'Looking north into Virginia 237.8 miles above junction of New and Gauley Rivers.  Virginia-North Carolina State line in immediate foreground; this is the second crossing of State line by New River.  Cox ferry in center; foot of Buck Mountain in background.  Taken about 11:30 a.m., April 27, 1932.  All views are looking upstream unless otherwise noted.  Mileage is by river above junction of New River with Gauley River to form Kanawha.'
'Looking south opposite mile 233 across Virginia-North Carolina line, which river crosses for third and fourth time about the middle of the picture.  State line runs through island at right.  Bridge on U.S. Highway No. 1 running south from Independence.'
'Looking southwest at mile 230.5 across State line into North Carolina; fifth and last crossing in middle ground just above long riffle; Spurlin Ford just below.'
'Looking downstream southeast at mile 229.6.  State line touches river at bend in right foreground.'
'Looking southwest at mile 220.1.  Boyer ferry near middle of upper left quadrant of picture.  Little River in right background.'