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Two men walking on the new bridge over Cheat River at Ice's Ferry near Morgantown, W. Va.
Located near Morgantown in Monongalia County.
Left to Right: Eleanor Ley and her daughter, Lillie C. Ley.
A bird's eye view of the bridge in the valley.
'Cheat River Bridge after the other washed away in 1918.  This was not built upon the same piers and was a short distance further north.  The old one went across from bluff to about where the shelving rock goes out (people swim and fish there now).  Toward Mont Chateau.  This same bridge was raised and added to when lake went in in 1926."
Full moon shining over the Cheat River and bridge.
Color post card print.
Ferry Boat at north bank was used while new bridge was being built during the summer of 1918.
View of the river from the Ice's Ferry Bridge before Cheat Lake was formed.
Photo showing the poor condition of the bridge over Cheat Lake. The bridge was built in 1922 by the Independent Bridge Company of Pittsburgh. It spans across the lake along County Route 857.
Photo showing the poor condition of the bridge over Cheat Lake. The bridge was built in 1922 by the Independent Bridge Company of Pittsburgh. It spans across the lake along County Route 857.
Photo showing the bridge over Cheat Lake. The bridge was built in 1922 by the Independent Bridge Company of Pittsburgh. It spans across the lake along County Route 857.
Photo showing the poor condition of the bridge over Cheat Lake. The bridge was built in 1922 by the Independent Bridge Company of Pittsburgh. It spans across the lake along County Route 857.
Photo showing the poor condition of the bridge over Cheat Lake. The bridge was built in 1922 by the Independent Bridge Company of Pittsburgh. It spans across the lake along County Route 857.
Photo showing the bridge that was built in 1922 by the Independent Bridge Company of Pittsburgh. It spans across Cheat Lake along County Route 857.
A car drives across the bridge that runs over Cheat Lake and along County Route 857.The bridge was built in 1922 by the Independent Bridge Company of Pittsburgh.
Two cars drive across the bridge that runs over Cheat Lake and along Country Route 857. The bridge was built in 1922 by the Independent Bridge Company of Pittsburgh.
A lone car drives over the bridge that runs across Cheat Lake and along County Route 857. The bridge was built in 1922 by the Independent Bridge Company of Pittsburgh.
Photo showing the poor condition of the bridge over Cheat Lake. The bridge was built in 1922 by the Independent Bridge Company of Pittsburgh. It spans across the lake along County Route 857.
Photo showing the poor condition of the bridge over Cheat Lake. The bridge was built in 1922 by the Independent Bridge Company of Pittsburgh. It spans across the lake along County Route 857.
Photo showing the poor condition of the bridge over Cheat Lake. The bridge was built in 1922 by the Independent Bridge Company of Pittsburgh. It spans across the lake along County Route 857.
Looking across the river at parallel bridge. The ferry bridge was built in 1922 by the Independent Bridge Company of Pittsburgh. It runs along County Route 857.
Photo showing the poor condition of the bridge over Cheat Lake. The bridge was built in 1922 by the Independent Bridge Company of Pittsburgh. It spans across the lake along County Route 857.
Reverse reads: "Seven miles east of Morgantown on West Virginia Route 73. Beautiful Cheat Lake has a 31-mile shore line and is a well known recreation playground, near Morgantown, W. Va."