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PRESERVING POCAHONTAS Pocahontas County W. Va. Historic Preservation Archive | Browse Items
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Group of seven construction workers building the railroad line along the Greenbrier River near Marlinton, W.Va. Possibly near Harter. Original photos was left by boarders at the Valley Hotel on 4th Ave in 1898

Wide view of a Shay engine pulls a 3 car passenger train southbound out of the C&O Tunnel norh of the lumber town of Harter. Shows train crossing bridge over the Greenbrier River.

Shay engine No. 4 pulls a southbond passenger train with 4 cars out of the C&O Tunnel norh of the lumber town of Harter. Shows train crossing bridge over the Greenbrier River.

Harter Brothers Lumber Company mill, houses, stacks of lumber and railroad tracks, located at Harter 5 miles northeast of Marlinton, W.Va.

The first mill at Harter owned by the Harter Brothers Lumber Company, Logging town of Harter was located on the Greenbrier River 5 miles northeast of Marlinton, W.Va.

Train load of lumber with workers on top crossing the bridge over the Greenbrier Riverat Harter Brothers Lumber Company, 5 miles northeast of Marlinton, W.Va.Wooden bridge with stacked log supports.

Construction of a building at the Harter Brothers Lumber Company mill at Harter, 5 miles northeast of Marlinton, W.Va. Shows workers and horse-drawn wagon.

The first mill at Harter owned by the Harter Brothers Lumber Company, Logging town of Harter was located on the Greenbrier River 5 miles northeast of Marlinton, W.Va.

Aerial view of the Harter, lumber town built by Harter Brothers Lumber Company. View shows town with houses, mill operation, railroad tracks and wooden bridge crossing the Greenbrier River. 5 miles northeast of Marlinton, W.Va.

Harter Brothers Lumber Company mill, houses, stacks of lumber and railroad tracks, located at Harter 5 miles northeast of Marlinton, W.Va. Wide view

Harter Brothers Lumber Company mill, houses, stacks of lumber and railroad tracks, located at Harter 5 miles northeast of Marlinton, W.Va. Sign on mill building reads "Harter Bros Mill"

Small Shay engine pulling cars of loaded logs for Harter Brothers Lumber Company in Pocahontas County. Train is Pocahontas Central Railroad of W.Va. Probably on Laurel Run, Clover Lick Mountain

Three men of the Harter Brothers Lumber Company standing in uncut forest in Pocahontas County, W.Va.probably at Laurel Run, Clover Lick Mountain