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PRESERVING POCAHONTAS Pocahontas County W. Va. Historic Preservation Archive | Browse Items
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"Little Jim" the First Steam Engine in Pocahontas County. Shown in the White Pine Woods with first engineer, Jim Watson. Shows logs on rail cars and workers.

Six men gathered around a wrecked log train near Cass, W.Va. In the Spring of 1920.

Western Maryland Train is parked on the track in front of company houses in the lumber town of Spruce, on Cheat Mountain above Cass, W.Va.

A small black and white dog looking out on the log pond at the old lumber town of Spruce on Cheat Mountain above Cass, W.Va. Shows company houses, Western Maryland train and train underpass.

Shay Engine No. 2 of the Greenbrier and Elk River Railroad, parked on track with four unidentified men standing. Section of railroad car visible, marked G C & E 101 (Greenbrier Cheat and Elk)

Cut in the mountain with railroad construction between Spruce and Slaty Fork W.Va.

Train load of lumber with workers on top crossing the bridge over the Greenbrier Riverat Harter Brothers Lumber Company, 5 miles northeast of Marlinton, W.Va.Wooden bridge with stacked log supports.

Small Shay engine pulling cars of loaded logs for Harter Brothers Lumber Company in Pocahontas County. Train is Pocahontas Central Railroad of W.Va. Probably on Laurel Run, Clover Lick Mountain

Maryland Lumber Company Camp No. 12, log loader loading logs on train car. Six men standing by tracks. 4th from left, Reed Griffith. 5th from left, Charles McLaughlin. Also shows man standing on loaded logs.

Train cars of Campbell Lumber Company loaded with logs on small bridge, Campbelltown, W.Va.

Small log train with five men and three cars loaded with logs in Pocahontas County, W.Va. Possibly on Thorny Creek.

W.Va. Pulp and Paper Company's Shay No. 3 with nine cars of logs at the upper switch back on Cheat Mountain near Cass, W.Va.

Three men posing on derailed train car on Cheat Mountain near Cass, W.Va.

Group of men surveying trains cars derailed on Cheat Mountain near Cass, W.Va.