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The workers and caboose belong to the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad Company.
Group of train conductors.
Brooke worked on the Engineering Department for the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company. In 1921, he was Superintendent of Transportation for Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.This photograph is found in a scrapbook documenting the survey for the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad in West Virginia and surrounding states.
Belgen was born in Boston, Massachusetts, and attended Harvard University, graduating in 1897.  He worked as an engineer in Central America, South America, Washington, D. C., and eventually began working for the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad company.  In 1916, he was Chief Engineer of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad System.This photograph is found in a scrapbook documenting the survey for the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad in West Virginia and surrounding states.
This photograph is found in a scrapbook documenting the survey for the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad in West Virginia and surrounding states.
This photograph is found in a scrapbook documenting the survey for the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad in West Virginia and surrounding states.
A group of men pose with supplies before their journey to Camp "High Life," where they slept in the open for several nights.This photograph is found in a scrapbook documenting the survey for the B. & O. Railroad in West Virginia and surrounding states.
Pictured standing are E. B. Schiltz (left), Mrs. H. A. Lane (center), and H. A. Lane.Pictured sitting, from left to right, are D. R. McKibbin; an unidentified Q & C. (Queen and Crescent) Route agent; W. H. Koppleman; H. H. Hartlove; W. C. "Riney" Rinearson, Jr.; F. S. "Danny" Dannenberg; Willie Knight, Heinie Miller; and Mr. Hennessy.The group poses in front of a structure that reads, "Maiden's love, Bachelors rest, Widows hope."This photograph is found in a scrapbook documenting the survey for the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad in West Virginia and surrounding states.
View of train on M and K Railroad carrying workers and lumber across a bridge.
The former employees pose for a group portrait. Pictured is Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Hinton, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Richmond, Mr. and Mrs. Whitlock, Henry Lee, Thomas Haskins, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Krim Bess, Mr. King, J. W. McCallister, Jr., D. B. Murphy of Clifton Forge, Va., E. L. Wiseman, Mr. Reese, and W. L. Taylor. The group was attending the 38th convention of the Veterans' association held in Greenbrier Valley Fair Grounds.
Plumley pictured in a nice dress and bow holding a bouquet of flowers. She married John H. Plumley, a sheet metal worker for the C. & O. Railroad, in 1928. In 1930, she began to work for the railway, as well, and in 1948 became the Chief Operator. She has one son, John Jr. Plumley.
Daughter of Jeremiah Mills and Louisa Elva Cassell (Mills). Grace had one brother, Jeremiah IV, and four sisters, Mabel, Elizabeth, Susie, and Louisa Elva.Grace was born December 3, 1871. She was employed by the C. &  O. Railroad as a telegraph operator from July 1, 1893 to August 11, 1942. She died July 8, 1958.
Mrs. Diefenbach pictured with the horse she rode to and from the cabin.
The C. & O. engineer Burdette, pictured on the far right, laughs beside two unidentified men.
A group of unidentified workers and what appears to be their African-American cook gather for a picture. Behind them are Chesapeake and Ohio Railway cars.
Gwinn and his horse, named Gurly, stand west of the Meadow Creek depot waiting on trains No. 13 and No. 14. Gwinn hauled the mail and express from the mainline to the motorcar that ran up and down the Nicholas, Fayette & Greenbrier Railroad (FN&G) line to Rainelle, W. Va.
Pictured on the far left is Scott Owens (foreman). The rest of the workers are unidentified. The group is pictured on the railroad tracks with a smaller cart.
Legendary C. & O. engineer Richardson sits with his wife and children.
The legendary C. & O. engineer Richardson pictured with his wife.
Vernal S. Long pictured in the engine. Long was the engineer on the M-1 Engine No. 500 while making its first run from Clifton Forge, Va. to Hinton, W. Va.
A. B. Adams and Wm. Henry Arrington pictured beside the engine.
Engineer L. J. Brown, left, and fireman Lloyd Bryant, right, are pictured next to the locomotive.
Wm. Arrington pictured on the engine.
Pictured from left to right is J. E. Burdette (brakeman), O. C. "Battle Ax" Allen (conductor), Hobart Akers (brakeman), and Jack Sweeney (brakeman) with N. B. Allen (engineer) on the steps and C. L. Keaton (fireman) in the cab.
Two unidentified railroad employees stand beside Engine No. 201 on the C. & O. Railway.
Russell, father to Joe Neely, is pictured sitting at a desk while on a phone call.
Unidentified workers walk up and down the railroad tracks after Engine 1642 exploded.
Conductor O. J. Hellems, who died October 5, 1973, and sheet metal worker L. M. Reid are pictured.
F. G. "Happy" Elmore, pensioned in 1945 and later died in 1954, is pictured holding his little girl.
George D. Elmore, who died in 1941, is pictured with his spouse.
Pictured from left to right is engineer John Scott, conductor J. C. Morgan, fireman J. B. "Bert" Hatcher, engineer E. T. Lawson, Sr., and standing in the back is engineer G. R. Sale.
A group of unidentified men gather for a group photo in the building located on Third Avenue.
Supervisors and clerks gather for a group photo. Pictured, from left to right, is Tony Young, Earl Meador, Charley Young, Ernest Hunter, Herb Comer, Bill Fitzsimmons, Hobson Marks, Ben Hamer, V. V. Viars (master mechanic), Bill Tyree, I. E. Gore, Jake Miller, M. T. Llewellyn, Andy Hopkins, Jess Gore (laborer), Earl Bleay, Mervin Shull, and A. J. McAllister.
In the center is Oce Bobbitt. To the right is Bill Echols. The man on the left is unidentified.
Mrs. E. M. Marable stands outside the cabin beside the railroad tracks.
Roy Shrewsbury is pictured by the railroad tracks. An old storeroom is pictured in the background.
J. C. Lane pictured beside the railroad tracks.
"Big" Jim Meadows observes the damage after a mast was torn down on 2nd shift by laborer Marlin Meadows, who moved the engine before the fueling nozzle was removed.
Bernard Richmond pictured in his work gear.
Pictured, from left to right, is John McLaughlin (machine helper), Arnold Lilly (machinist), Bernard Richmond (machinist), Joe Allen (machine helper), B. J. Edwards (pipe fitter), Bill Linkerhoker (machinist) and Bill Williams (machine helper).
Pictured is Bob Gully, A. J. Poff, W. B. Tyree, Joe Allen, and Billy Joe Edwards.
John Earl Lilly pictured in his work gear.
Wilson pictured sitting at a desk writing.
The turn table, 115 feet in length, was installed with a type twin spin-electric drive. The construction workers are unidentified.
Unidentified workers construct a turn table outside of the roundhouse building.
A group of unidentified male employees are pictured around a train outside of the roundhouse building.
Pete Sentz pictured on the pole located near the wash pit.
G. W. Conner, left, and Charles Johnson, right, stand outside the roundhouse building.