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Wrecked locomotive on the Nicholas, Fayette & Greenbrier Railroad, a coal feeder line between Swiss, Nicholas County and Rainelle.
Photograph taken in front of the Railroad Section House, where Frank Long, uncle of Roy Long, lived.
Train maintenance workers L to R : A. C. Via, Noah Richmond, "Big Boy" Karnes
Preacher Eddie Martin delivers a sermon outside the locker room.
Unidentified railroad workers pose on a locomotive.
L to R: Tim Young; Clyde Shorter; Onva Gill; Kyle Davis; Ed Harris; unidentified; Joe Meadows; Ote Gill; Carl Edwards; Charlie Harvey; Raymond Shorter; A. C. Via; Clifford Harvey; Emmett Shirley; Charles Turner; Erskine Richmond; Bob Richmond; Basil Martin; Noah Richmond; Roy Snidow; Bill Richards; Howard Harford; Dempsey Plumley; Talmadge Reed; Paul York; Jack Breen; Jake Bennett; Wendell Bowles; Delmer Thurman Parker; Dewey Lester
C & O Railroad's mallet engine on track in Mount Hope, West Virginia.
A portrait of Father Jenkens of St Patrick's Catholic Church. The church was located in Summers County, West Virginia.
A family photograph of Jake Keatley's family on Keatley Farm, no members are identified. The farm was located in the Forest Hill District. Inscribed on the back of the photograph: "Hinton Daily News Collection from Jim Pettrey to Stephen Trail 11/16/1996".
Left to right: Wild Balland, Geo Meadows, Ed Cunsh, Bill Cunsh, Mr. Balleneng, J. L. Keatley and John Cunsh. Shows the men with several hunting dogs and their hunted rabbits.
Pictured are Ed Dyke, Shan Rose, Ed Rose and W. J. Taylor. The men caught 38 black bass. Dyke and the two Roses are from Hinton, West Virginia and Taylor is from Cincinnati, Ohio. Inscribed on the back: "from Miller Murrel to Stephen Trail 2009."
All of the persons in the photograph are unidentified, including the hotel. Possibly a Chesapeake & Ohio  (C & O) industrial style architecture in the background in Hinton. Inscribed on the back is "Purchased by Stephen Trail in Hinton West Virginia."