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Meadow River Lumber Company.
Information on the back of the photograph includes, "Austin J. Sharp, Huntersville".
The Glady and Alpena R.R. between Gladwin in Tucker Co. and Alpena in Randolph Co., ca. 1910.  Ths was a lumber road built for the purpose of removing logs, lumber, tanning bark, and pulpwood. O. Homer Floyd Fansler, Hendricks, W.V.
Train on railroad tracks.
Cheat Mountain (library note says at Spruce); Cass, WV; Austin Sharp, Huntersville.
Original Source:  Homer Floyd Fansler, Hendricks, West Virginia
Original source:  Homer Floyd Fansler, Hendricks, West Virginia
Group portrait of logging crew in woods. From Marshall Blizzard, Bayard, W.Va.
Made on Cheat Mountain, Pocahontas County, WV, which was operated by the Spruce Lumber Company, at Cass, WV. From Austin J. Sharp, Huntersville, W.V.
O. Homer, Floyd Fansler, Hendricks, W.Va.
Track of Logs through the forest. O. Homer Floyd Fansler, Hendricks, W.Va.
O. Homer Floyd Fansler, Hendricks, W.Va.
Lumber train on tracks moving through heavily lumbered area. <br />
Log train passing across timbered hillside.
Lumber mill in operation on edge of log pond.
Railroad tracks and Pardee and Curtin Mill in Curtin, W.V.
Lumber mill and lumber pond, Pardee and Curting Lumber Company.
Mill crew at Glen Ray, W.Va. (Near Aldersonn).  Man in left background, John Rossi.
Loggers standing on log pile.  Mill located at Glenray - 1 mile west of Alderson, W.Va.
Mill was located at Glenray, W. Va.- one mile west of Alderson, W. Va.  Alderson is located in Greenbrier County on the Summer and Monroe County Borders.
Two horse drawn carts.  Oil tanks and derrick in the background.
Man and horses standing over near the trees.
Buildings and oil storage tanks.
At least seven oil derricks in an oil field.
Team of Six Horses Hauling an Oil Storage Tank to Oil Field No. 27
Three men changing bits on an oil well drilling rig.
Team of six horses pulling a wagon through mud. Oil derricks in the background.
Swabbing is the act of pulling fluid from the well bore through the use of wire rope and cup assembly. Swabbing equipment includes a swabbing assembly, lubricator with an oil saver, and shut-off valve on the well, also called a swabbing valve.
Oil rig and derrick in the countryside.
Oil rig and derrick.
Oil rig derrick in winter.
Oil gushes from well at Shinnston.
Team of eight horses pulling oil equipment up a muddy hill.
Team of six horses pulling pipes up a hill.
Team of horses pulling a large piece of equipment.
Line of horizontal engines.
Line of horizontal engines with big fly wheels.
Team of eight horses pulling a cart with oil equipment and crew.
Teams of horses hauling pipe through the mud.