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Baltimore and Ohio Locomotive number 639, Type 4-4-0 at Morgantown Depot with crew. Print number 1707.
Identifier on the tail is: C730H. Print number 790.
Print number 614b.
Pitcairn Autogiro plane.  Tail bears the number NC10768 with the number 28 on the side.  Printed under the wing are the words 'The heart of the billion dollar coal field'. Print number 792.
Group portrait along side train at Sabraton shops and yards.
Also pictured are two smaller steamboats with the logo 'French's New Sensation Advertiser'.
View of the Star Bus Company Bus at Corner of University Avenue and Garett Street Morgantown, W. Va.
Hotel Franklin on the corner of Walnut Street and Chestnut Street.
Townspeople aboard the Steamboat Isaac M. Mason, at the Lock and Dam, on the Monongahela River in Morgantown, West Virginia.
Six railroad workers pose in front of Baltimore and Ohio Engine 1769.  'Class E-19a.  21x30". Numbered 1766 to 1899, 1939, 1940, and 1959 to 1965. See Sagle, p. 109.  Baldwin.'
'B&O Passenger Station: North End of Platform. Left to right: Ed Minor, Harry F. Mills, Harold Goff, Bill Minor, and Casey Herd. M.A. Keith, agent; Harris Gallagher, O.H. Clerk; and L.F. Linton, cashier are not shown.'
Westover bridge visible in the background.
West side of the Monongahela river bridge showing the trolley line workmen.