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A view of Tug Fork in McDowell County, West Virginia. Photograph taken by Geological Survey.
Members of a team of engineers working on the Ohio Extension of the Norfolk & Western Railroad through the Tug River Valley in Southern West Virginia. L to R: Flint, Russel, Wright.
Unidentified engineers, working on the Ohio extension in Southern West Virginia, two men, sitting in the middle, are holding revolvers.
Unidentified engineers, working on the Ohio Extension, pose in front of a log cabin.
Group portrait of unidentified engineers, working on the Ohio Extension in Southern West Virginia.
Unidentified field engineer rides his horse over a county road near Tug Fork River.
Several workers pose next to a horse drawn cart used for hauling. This image is probably an example of pinpoint photography.
A barge loaded with supplies for the engineers and crews working on the Ohio Extension along the Tug Fork and Big Sandy Rivers between Welch in McDowell County and Kenova in Wayne County. None of the men are identified in the photograph.
Unidentified workers, part a team of engineers, survey for a tunnel, as two men stand inside an opening in the rocks.
Railroad cut along the Tug Fork River.
Group portrait of several families of the workers building the Ohio Extension of the Norfolk and Western Railroad along the Tug Fork and Big Sandy Rivers.
Only identified man is Herbert S. Thomas Sr., seated on the right.
Taken during the construction of the Ohio extension.
Photograph taken during the construction of the Ohio extension, part of Norfolk & Western Railroad. None of the individuals are identified.
Photograph taken during the construction on the Ohio Extension of the Norfolk & Western Railroad along the Tug Fork and Big Sandy Rivers. None of the family members are identified.
An unidentified woman, wearing a matching sun-bonnet and dress, holding a little girl on her lap.
A small split-logged cabin with a stone chimney, surrounded by a vegetable garden.
Elevated view of the Short Pole Creek, a tributary of the Tug Fork River.
Squire Murphy, 2nd from the left and four unidentified children.
Unidentified man sitting on top of a culvert. Several supports use to shape the culvert are lying in the foreground. This image is probably a pinpoint photograph.
Unidentified engineers stand outside their icicle covered cabins with a team of oxen.
The subject's full name is most likely Selkirk McCoy, the son of Asa McCoy and a member of the West Virginia branch of the McCoy family in Logan County. This photograph was taken during the building of the Ohio Extension of the Norfolk and Western Railroad.
Photograph was taken during the building of the Ohio Extension of the Norfolk & Western Railroad.
Photograph taken of several unidentified civil engineers during the construction of the Ohio extension of the Norfolk & Western Railroad.
View of the Tug Fork River, looking from the Civil Engineers' Camp 6. The photograph was taken during the building of the Ohio extension of the Norfolk and Western Railroad.
Completed cut-roadbed for the Ohio extension of the Norfolk and Western Railroad.
Two unidentified civil engineers in camp during the construction of the Ohio extension of the Norfolk and Western Railroad.
Ned is probably the one sitting with Ran in his lap. The photograph was taken during the construction of the Ohio extension of the Norfolk and Western Railroad.
Some of the engineers working on the Ohio extension of the Norfolk and Western Railroad. Left to Right: S. P. Daniel; J. Rapelje, W. A. Doane, J. B. Rohrer, S. S. Earle.
Cabins and structures on the far river bank, occupied by the Norfolk and Western railroad civil engineers during the construction of the Ohio extension.
The new extension was part of the Norfolk & Western Railroad.
Two unidentified individuals are standing on the middle pier and two are sitting on the bridge and a hand-car.
Huge rocks lay along side the track with an unidentified man standing on one boulder in the center of the photograph.
Four unidentified workers stand along the tracks in camp. The photograph was taken during the construction of Ohio extension of the Norfolk & Western Railroad.
Unidentified man sitting on the edge of the bridge.
Part of the new Ohio extension on the Norfolk & Western Railroad.
View from inside the tunnel, which was craved out of the mountain, looking out, down the track.
A large group of unidentified people, including civil engineers, survey and construction crews, pose on a railroad bridge. The photograph was taken during the construction of the Ohio extension of the Norfolk & Western Railroad.
A locomotive, pulling flat cars rolls over  Bridge No. 20. Three unidentified people are standing on the middle pier.
No. 5, Sec. 24, part of the Ohio Extension of the Norfolk & Western Railroad.
Photograph was taken during the construction of the Ohio extension of the Norfolk & Western Railroad. The only identified individual is Herbert S. Thomas Sr., standing, far left.
Unidentified workers use a pulley to move huge blocks of stone during the building of a bridge on the Norfolk and Western Railroad.
Photograph taken during the construction of the Ohio Extension. Only Ned and his dog "Ran", on the left are identified.
Two unidentified engineers in a casual, cigar chewing pose. The photograph was taken during the construction of the Ohio extension of the Norfolk & Western Railroad in Southern West Virginia.
Unidentified workers building an abutment for a railroad bridge.
Unidentified African-American youth happily poses, taken during the construction of the Ohio extension of the Norfolk & Western Railroad.
Unidentified worker stands next to an engine run by steam.