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Collins' coal mine and connecting buildings in Fayette County.
Postcard photograph of a railroad bridge destroyed by the flood waters of Cabin Creek. Information on the back: "Hinton Daily News Collection, John Faulkner Collection; from Jim Pettrey to Stephen Trail, 1997".
Postcard photograph of the flood damage along Cabin Creek including the railroad tracks in the background. Information on the back: "Hinton Daily News Collection - John Faulkner Collection From Jim Pettrey to Stephen Trail 1997".
Postcard photograph of Cabin Creek at low water level in Eskdale. Information on the back: " Hinton Daily News Collection - John Faulkner Collection,  from Jim Pettrey to Stephen Trail 1997".
Postcard photograph of the flood destroyed buildings. One small house remains intact with a family standing outside and laundry hanging in the background. Information on the back: "Hinton Daily News Collection-John Faulkner Collection; from Jim Pettrey to Stephen Trail, 1997". See the back of the original for correspondence.
Inscribed on the front by Achilles Murat Long, : "The old log house that was where I was raised. This was torn down and another house built." Information on the back: "Stephen D. Trail Summers County Collection, W. V., Roy Long Collection 1998"
Color photograph of Depot, surrounding buildings and train with steam raised, on the track. Information on the back: "Stephen Trail Collection, Cass, Pocahontas Co. , WV; from Buddy Strokes 3/2000; Photographer Dr. J. W. Strokes, M. D.".
Color photograph of crowded open cars on the Cass Scenic Railroad. Information on the back includes: " Stephen Trail Collection. . . from Buddy Strokes 3/2000"
Wide view of the original buildings built in 1902 belonging to the railroad.
Steam is raised in the Engine #6. Information on the back includes: "Stephen . Trail Collection...from Buddy Strokes, 3/2000".
Information on the back includes: " ... from Buddy Strokes, 3/2000".
Information on the back includes: " ... from Buddy Strokes, 3/2000".
Unidentified teamster holds the reins of a team of horses, while standing in an empty wagon parked alongside a C & O railroad car. The photograph was possibly taken at a depot in Summers County.
Unidentified railroad workers pose in front of Chesapeake and Ohio Engine No.380. The photograph was possibly taken at a depot in Summers County. Information on the back includes: "From Roy Long Coll. C & O RR".
Unidentified engineer sits at the controls of a locomotive of probably a Chesapeake and Ohio train, looking out the window, down the track. Information on the back includes, "Stephen D. Trail Su. Co. W. V. 2000 From Roy Long Collection".
A group of casually posed people in a wooded area, two holding Concord College banners. Other information includes "HDN Coll. early 20th Century, S. Trail 2002".
The post office was located along a railroad track. The bridge in the background of the photograph crosses the New River near the mouth of Glade Creek.
Originally operated by the Glade Creek Coal and Lumber Company, the 750 foot railroad bridge was salvaged by the Chesapeake and Ohio railroad during World War II. Information on the back of photograph includes: " Stephen D. Trail Su. Co. W. V. 2000; Roy Long Coll."
The piers were part of the a 750-foot railroad bridge spanning the New River near the mouth of Glade Creek. The line was operated by the Glade Creek Coal and Lumber Railway, 1924-1929 and Babcock Coal & Timber Company, 1929-1936 . The bridge was salvage by the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad during World War II.
Color postcard of the Chesapeake and Ohio Depot and the Gladys Inn. The Inn was taken over by the YMCA in 1930.
Color print of the C&O (Chesapeake and Ohio) Depot at Eagle Rock, Virginia.
Photograph postcard of a coal company store in Fayette County. See the original for the correspondence on the postcard.
Inscribed on the back, "Mr. Humphreys got killed in the wreck."
The cars belong to the Chesapeake and Ohio (C&O)Railroad.
Foreman George Washington Saunders, standing, far left, with unidentified others in camp during the construction of the Chesapeake and Ohio (C&O) Railroad in Fayette County. Other information on the back of the photograph includes: "Photo courtesy William N. Kaempf, his grandson. Retired Chesterfield County , Va. school administrator."  Also., " from Roy Long to Stephen Trail 01-31-1997, Su Co WV photo ca. 1972 Hawk's Nest".
George Washington Saunders ,the job foreman, is in the back-left, with his hands in his pockets and the only white man in the photograph. None of the African-American workers are identified. Other information on the back of the photograph includes, "from Roy Long, Hinton to Stephen Trail 1-31-1997".
Foreman George Washington Saunders, the only white man in the photograph and is on horseback. None of the African-American workers are identified. Other information inscribed on the back of the photograph includes: "Photo courtesy William N, Kaempf, grandson, Richmond , Va." Also, "from Roy Long to Stephen Trail 1-31-1997 Hinton Su Co WV".
Minden was a mining town in Fayette County, owned by Paddy Rend in 1899. The mines were closed in the 1950's.
Information on the back of the photograph includes, "Stephen D. Trail, Hinton, WV 25951 ... John Falconer Collection, information pertaining to wreck from Roy Long 4-1998".
The steam powered Marion Shovel, Model 60 and two unidentified workers. Information on the back includes: "From Roy Long Coll..."
Man holding the child is probably James Williams. This was possibly the last steam powered locomotive to pass through Hinton. Other information on the back on the photograph includes: "Hinton Daily News Coll. from Fred Long to Stephen Trail Su Co WV ... - 1996"
Inscribed on the back of Photograph: "Meadow River Engine No. 7 at Hinton Yards enroute to Cass. Standing on the footboard with his camera is John E. Faulconer of the Hinton Daily News; Holding the child is James P. Williams, C&O (Chesapeake & Ohio) Brakeman. Also in the photograph is Raymon Ratliff, C&O Dispatcher. Others are not identified. By 1964, diesel engines had replaced the once famous steam engine."
The man standing beside the steam boiler is J. A. Coulter, who later became an engineer for C&O, others in the photograph are not identified. The water tank is the original, it was replaced several years later by another. This photograph was taken before the double track was made through Sewell. Other information on the back of the photograph includes: " C to Ry Engineer deceased via Jim Henry Waverly - C. A. Coulter 209 First Street, West Logan, W. Va. 25601".
Unidentified men work to salvage track and train after a wreck in Fayette County. Other information on the back of the photograph includes: "Hinton Daily News Coll. from Fred Long to Stephen D. Trail Su Co WV 8-26-1996".
Unidentified men work to salvage the wrecked train in Fayette County. Other information on the back of the photograph includes, "Hinton Daily News Coll from Fred Long to Stephen D. Trail, Su Co WV 8-26-1996".
Left to right: Cecil Upton, Monroe Cales, Louis Rosemire - Supervisor of Track on the Northern Division, C and O (Chesapeake and Ohio) died in 1930, Evert Johnson died 1952, and Elbert Cales. Other information on the back of the photograph includes: "New Richmond Su Co WV - from Jerome Barr and wife - Stephen Trail".
An identical type of engine is in the rear, while several unidentified workers look towards the camera. Information on the back of the photograph includes, "Courtesy of George C. Miller, Valatie, NY."
Home of telegraph operator, Walter L. Miller. Mrs. Walter Miller and son, Raymond Miller pose for the camera on the porch. Information on the back of the photograph includes, " Roy Long Coll., Photo courtesy of George Miller, Valatie, NY".
View of the company's lumber mill and rail transportation. Information on the back of the photograph includes: "Stephen D. Trail Su. Co. W. V. 2000 Roy Long Coll".
Front, Left to right: Tom Epperley, Perry Goff, Joe Conner, ___ Bragg, Adolphus Harvey, H. F. Burrow; Back Row, Left, Nathan Lane and ___ Clark.
Three unidentified men seated on a velocipede at the Chesapeake & Ohio (C&O) Depot and Telegraph Office in Prince, West Virginia. "J. S. Sampson Collection"
Harry Simpson is seated at the desk with the telegraph transmitter and two unidentified men are sitting behind him. The telegraph office was located at the Chesapeake and  Ohio Depot in Prince, Fayette County, West Virginia.
Andrew Rush rides a hand operated rail cycle, also known as a velocipede, at the Chesapeake & Ohio Depot.
The levers in the tower were part of the telegraph operations at the Chesapeake and Ohio Depot in Prince, Fayette County, West Virginia.
Group portrait of operators in front of a C&O Railway schedule board. L to R; David W. Morgan, Valmer A. Meadow, J. B. Thomas, Todie B. Green. Other information the back of the photograph includes: "from Roy Long Coll 1998"
Five unidentified men pose outside the meat house (in the foreground) and the ice house on the right, near the Chesapeake & Ohio Depot in Prince, West Virginia.
Railroad tracks run pass the brick station in Fayette County, West Virginia.
The west end of the depot at Quinnimont, Fayette County, West Virginia. Note the "QN" on the side of the tower. Other information includes: "From Roy Long 1997".