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Rear of the Morgantown Flour & Feed Co., which is alongside the railroad tracks.
View from the sharp bend in the river, along the railroad tracks, looking back on Seneca before the glass works were moved there
A street car depot is seen in the foreground.
A collection of liquor containers along a track with two unidentified men holding bottles.
Disposal of sewage through open drains were common in low-income area of South Sabraton.
From the pamphlet, "Chancery Hill, Morgantown, W. Va." page 13
Looking S.W. Garrett Street to University Avenue & Foundry Street - Showing frontage of Hennen and B.&O. Properties on Garrett Street.
M&K was a division of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.
Men standing with surveying equipment next to the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad tracks and the Monongahela River.
'Looking South West Garrett Street to University Avenue and Foundry Street-showing frontage of Hennen and Baltimore and Ohio Properties on Garrett Street.'
Two men use a horse drawn plow to dig ditches along the railroad tracks.
Tracks running along the Monongahela River and railroad cars on the right of the tracks.
View of the railroad tracks during the night hours. 'John Foster'.