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Suspension bridge across the Monongahela River; the viewpoint is from Westover looking toward Morgantown.<br />
Postcard of the Suspension Bridge crossing the Monongahela River in Fairmont, West Virginia.
Bridge spanning the Monongahela River going into Fairmont.
Postcard from the East Side in Fairmont, West Virginia. Houses on the West Side can be seen near the Suspension Bridge and Monongahela River.
Postcard of the Suspension Bridge over the Monongahela River in Fairmont, West Virginia.
'Footbridge across the West Fork of the Monongahela River, Weston, W. Va., directly in front of the main entrance to the Weston State Hospital, ca. 1895.'
Pittsburgh, Morgantown, Fairmont Printed on the side of the boat.
'Many Morgantown residents can remember walking across the dry river bed during the 1930 drought.'  Morgantown and Westover bridge visible.
A view of Morgantown, West Virginia. Taken near the bridge over the Monongahela River.
Looking across the Old Supervision Bridge from Westover to Morgantown, West Virginia.
A view of the river and West Virginia University's main campus from Lorentz Avenue. The Morgantown/Westover Bridge is in the distance.
'Portion of a panoramic view taken in 1894. A covered bridge, crosses Decker's creek at South High.'  See image 008078 for other portion of image.
A portion of a panoramic view of Morgantown, West Virginia and the Morgantown/Westover Suspension Bridge.  For other portion of photograph see image 008062.
Westover Bridge visible beyond platform set up for concert.
Townspeople are celebrating the dedication off the bridge over the Monongahela River between Morgantown and Westover in Morgantown, West Virginia.
A view of Morgantown, West Virginia in 1902, population 7,000.
The bridge as seen from the bank of the Monongahela River looking toward Westover.
The River Bridge during construction.
A view of the River Bridge in Morgantown, West Virginia.
View of Morgantown, West Virginia from the Westover side of the Suspension Bridge.
The bridge over the Monongahela River from Morgantown to Westover.
View of the bridge spanning the Monongahela River. Two men standing in front of bridge. One man wearing a suit and a badge. To the right of bridge is a pedestrian walkway.
Suspension bridge known as 'The River Bridge'. View of the railroad trestle at the foot of Walnut Street.
Workmen can be seen standing on bridge.
A view of the Monongahela River flowing underneath the River Bridge in Morgantown, West Virginia.
Misspelled sign by the Star City Bridge should have read: Monongahela River Navigable elevation 828 feet. The word navigable is misspelled.
Misspelled sign by the Star City Bridge should have read: Monongahela River Navigable elevation 828 feet. The word navigable is misspelled.
Monongahela Packet Company Boat in the foreground. Original bridge supports in the background. During Construction of the Second Morgantown/Westover (River) Bridge.
'This shows the Westover hillside up from the river.  The old train station is torn down the covered steps coming down from the bridge (the bridge was blown down by dyndamite) is also gone.'
Boats are lined up against the dock.
Monongahela River flood at 35 1/2 feet at Deckers Creek Railroad Bridge in Morgantown, West Virginia.
Town near the Monongahela River, possibly Point Marion, Pennsylvania.
Morgantown homes and West Virginia University Campus buildings are visible.
Water gushing over the dam.
A riverboat is visible along the shore near Walnut Street as a dapperly attired man cruises in the "Nancy".
'11:00 A.M. June 14, 1941.  Looking south at wharf and coal unloading area from tower No. 3. Photograph Number 138.'
'12:30 P.M. April 30, 1941.  Looking south at wharf and coal unloading from tower No. 3. Photograph Number 127.'
'United States Engineer Office. Corps of Engineers United States Army. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Morgantown Ordnance Works-Morgantown, West Virginia: Wharf and Coal Unloading Facilities-looking South. E. I. Du Pont de Nemours and Company- Contract W Ord-490- Contract date 11-28-40. Military Funds. April 17, 1942. No. 19141.'
'United States Engineer Office. Corps of Engineers United States Army. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Morgantown Ordnance Works-Morgantown, West Virginia: River Pump House and Sewage Disposal Plant-looking Southeast. E. I. Du Pont de Nemours and Company- Contract W Ord-490- Contract date 11-28-40. Military Funds. May 21, 1943. No. 20849.'
'Morgantown fire dept. helps welcome the centennial showboat Rhododendron to town.'