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Text on front reads: "Alt. over 3000."
Text reads: "Said to be the longest straight road in state. Alt. above 3000."
Further text reads: "Alt. 3000."
Text on the back reads: "The year-round recreation wonderland. Skiing, fishing, golfing, etc. Near Davis, W. Va."
Rest of text reads: "Altitude 2900 feet. Good hunting, fishing, reasonable rates. Owned and operated by Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Mills."
Hotts Cottages was located along the North Fork South Branch Potomac River in Cabins, an unincorporated community in the Spruce Knob-Seneca Rocks National Recreation Area of the Monongahela National Forest.
Text on back reads: "North Fork Cottages, 9 Miles West of Petersburg, W. Va., On Routes 4 and 28, P. O. Cabins, W. Va., Fred and Thera Harman, owners." Cabins is an unincorporated community near Petersburg in the Spruce Knob-Seneca Rocks National Recreation Area of Monongahela National Forest.
The North Fork Cottages are located on Routes 4 and 28 in Cabins, W. Va., an unincorporated community in Spruce Knob-Seneca Rocks National Recreation Area of Monongahela National Forest.
Rest of text reads: "U.S. Route 50. Rooms and meals, clean and modern, open the year round."
Rest of text reads: "U.S. 50. Elev. 2800'. Rooms and meals, clean and modern, open all year."
This engine became snow bound between Thomas and Davis, W. Va.
Germany Valley in Pendleton County, W. Va., viewed from North Mountain, Route 5.
A view of Germany Valley as seen from Route 5.
A view showing some buildings in Greenland Gap, Grant County, W. Va.
Greenland Gap can be seen in the distance.
A view of buildings located in Greenland Gap, Grant County, W. Va.
A hiker has climbed to the top of Greenland Gap and is posing on a rock outcrop.
The sign reads, "Nancy Hanks, mother of Lincoln, was born beyond the Saddle."
Text on the front reads, "Nancy Hanks, mother of Lincoln, was born beyond the Saddle. The Devil's Saddle from Allegheny Front Mountain, 8 miles west of New Creek, W. Va. U.S. 50. Elevation 2725 feet."
Text on the back reads, "Mine Mouth Generating Station, at Mt. Storm, W. Va., provides power to the free world's first 500,000 volt transmission system."
Text on back reads, "VEPCO - One of the largest electric plants of its kind. 14 miles from Davis on Route 93."