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PRESERVING POCAHONTAS Pocahontas County W. Va. Historic Preservation Archive | Browse Items
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Workers at an unknown lumber camp in Pocahontas County

Group of loggers with cross cut saws near Green Bank, W.Va. Shows Odie Wooddell peeling bark from a tree. Standing, l-r: Odie Wooddell, Hoxie Pugh. Seated, l-r: Claude Tracy, Lawrence Conrad, Fred Conrad, Arch Pugh, Clyde Tracy, Willie Sheets. Laying…

"Little Jim" the First Steam Engine in Pocahontas County. Shown in the White Pine Woods with first engineer, Jim Watson. Shows logs on rail cars and workers.

Six men gathered around a wrecked log train near Cass, W.Va. In the Spring of 1920.

Unknown man standing beside Shay No. 13 parked at the extract plant of the West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company in Cass, W.Va.

Logging Camp No. 6 at Rocky Gulch in Horton, W.Va. Two larger log buildings and a number of small buildings on either side of a railroad track. Signs of active timbering with felled trees on hillsides.

Aerial view of sawmill operations at Watoga, located on the Greenbrier River near Seebert, W.Va. Mill first operated by J. R. Droney Lumber Co., then W. A. Tombs Lumber Co., then Watoga Lumber Company. Company houses in background.

Board house at Warntown. Warn Lumber Company located at Stamping Creek near Mill Point, W.Va. Men standing around, track in front.

Warn Lumber Company Engine No. 1. The engineer is Earl McComb. Warn Lumber Company, located at Stamping Creek near Mill Point, W.Va. Their railroad had two engines.

Large groups of workers on tracks leading into the Warn Lumber Company Mill at Warntown, at Stamping Creek near Mill Point, W.Va.

Lower row of house and church at original location in Warntown. Warn Lumber Company operation located at Stamping Creek near Mill Point, W.Va. Also shows lumber and raised railroad tracks.

Warn Lumber Company mill and town at Warntown located at Stamping Creek near Mill Point, W.Va.Shows complete sawmill operation, log holding pond, stacks of lumber and railroad tracks.

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