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Gauley Bridge where the Gauley and New River form the Kanawha.
'Virginia stand mixed spruce and hardwood, Gauley River. Courtesy of U.S. Forest Service.'
Railroad Bridge at Gauley Junction. Illustration from 17th Annual Report of the U.S. Geological Survey.'
'Looking north at junction of the New and Gauley Rivers, forming the Kanawha River.  Town of Gauley Bridge, West Virginia.'
A snow covered Gauley River Road to Bergoo Mine #6 in Webster County.
Postcard photograph of of several swimmers and one boy paddling a canoe. All persons in the photograph are not identified.
""Holly Hall" from the front. The stake shown in the foreground, at the bottom of the picture is Sta. 161 of our Location."This photograph is found in a scrapbook documenting the survey for the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad in West Virginia and surrounding states.
"The best view of "Holly Hall," showing the back pourch [sic] where we all congregate in the evenings after supper to smoke, sing, and talk."This photograph is found in a scrapbook documenting the survey for the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad in West Virginia and surrounding states.
A group of men pose with supplies before their journey to Camp "High Life," where they slept in the open for several nights.This photograph is found in a scrapbook documenting the survey for the B. & O. Railroad in West Virginia and surrounding states.
A man uses a washboard to wash clothing in the river.This photograph is found in a scrapbook documenting the survey for the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad in West Virginia and surrounding states.
A man identified as "Dobbie" stands on top of a raft as he makes his way across the river.This photograph is found in a scrapbook documenting the survey for the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad in West Virginia and surrounding states.
Surveyors for the B. & O. Railroad gather for their morning meal.This photograph is found in a scrapbook documenting the survey for the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad in West Virginia and surrounding states.
Surveyors for the B. & O. Railroad set up camp by the Carnifax Ferry.This photograph is found in a scrapbook documenting the survey for the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad in West Virginia and surrounding states.
A group of men are pictured performing various tasks. The men are identified, from left to right, as "Coe"; "Sandy"; "Rat"; "Dobbie"; and Heinie Miller.This photograph is found in a scrapbook documenting the survey for the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad in West Virginia and surrounding states.
Men identified as "Rat" (left), "Lew" (center), and "Doc" (right) pose together for a photo.This photograph is found in a scrapbook documenting the survey for the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad in West Virginia and surrounding states.
Three men pose outside of a tent which has a "comfortable" interior, as described the photograph's inscription.This photograph is found in a scrapbook documenting the survey for the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad in West Virginia and surrounding states.
Surveyors stand beside the tents and observe the "Beautiful Snow !*?!!".This photograph is found in a scrapbook documenting the survey for the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad in West Virginia and surrounding states.
Summerville makes his way out of a tent and into the snow.This photograph is found in a scrapbook documenting the survey for the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad in West Virginia and surrounding states.
This photograph is found in a scrapbook documenting the survey for the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad in West Virginia and surrounding states.
The tents are identified as "the Boers Nest" (left), "the Queen's Tent" (center), and "the office tent" (right).This photograph is found in a scrapbook documenting the survey for the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad in West Virginia and surrounding states.
The Cherry River is a tributary of the Gauley River.This photograph is found in a scrapbook documenting the survey for the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad in West Virginia and surrounding states.