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Group of seven construction workers building the railroad line along the Greenbrier River near Marlinton, W.Va. Possibly near Harter. Original photos was left by boarders at the Valley Hotel on 4th Ave in 1898

Aerial view of the town of Durbin, W.Va. Shows business district with residential area on the hill above.

Lumber town of Watoga with sawmily operation owned by the Watoga Lumber Company near Seebert, W.Va. on the Greenbrier River. Shows company houses, saw mill, lumber stacks, train on track with depot at far right. Part of this town is now in Watoga…

The C&O - Chesapeake and Ohio - Railroad Depot in Marlinton, W.Va. Two agents standing in front. Freight sitting on the platform. Sign over window reads "Western Union Telegraph and Cable Office." Sign by door reads "Adams Express Company". Below is…

Warn Lumber Company Engine No. 1. The engineer is Earl McComb. Warn Lumber Company, located at Stamping Creek near Mill Point, W.Va. Their railroad had two engines.

Large groups of workers on tracks leading into the Warn Lumber Company Mill at Warntown, at Stamping Creek near Mill Point, W.Va.

Lower row of house and church at original location in Warntown. Warn Lumber Company operation located at Stamping Creek near Mill Point, W.Va. Also shows lumber and raised railroad tracks.

Warn Lumber Company mill and town at Warntown located at Stamping Creek near Mill Point, W.Va.Shows complete sawmill operation, log holding pond, stacks of lumber and railroad tracks.

Wide view of a Shay engine pulls a 3 car passenger train southbound out of the C&O Tunnel norh of the lumber town of Harter. Shows train crossing bridge over the Greenbrier River.

Shay engine No. 4 pulls a southbond passenger train with 4 cars out of the C&O Tunnel norh of the lumber town of Harter. Shows train crossing bridge over the Greenbrier River.

Frank G. Holland, Railroad Agent for the Chesapeake and Ohio, seated at his desk in the Marlinton Depot Office in Marlinton, W.Va.

First Mallet Engine on Greenbrier Division of the Chesapeake and Ohio at Ronceverte, W.Va. Two train men with Ronceverte Depot at the right.

Dr. Frank C Nickell, Veterinary Surgeon for the W. Va. Pulp & Paper Company, Cass, W.Va. Shown with hand cart on tracks. Log landing can been seen on hillside, could possible be at Spruce.

Duncan Construction Company in Marlinton, W.Va. Vehicle beside C&O track.

Western Maryland Railroad. Big Engine #954 used on the Hendricks Grade

Showing two steam shovels on largest cut on the C&O Railroad - 3rd Division - near Hurricane, W.Va. Cut contains about 300,000 cubic yards. W.B. Gatewood, Resident Engineer