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Chesapeake & Ohio Railroad, Thurmond Depot, Northeast end of New River Bridge, Thurmond, Fayette County, WV

Chesapeake & Ohio Railroad, Thurmond Depot, Northeast end of New River Bridge, Thurmond, Fayette County, WV

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Significance: 1904 - Depot Built (opened 1905) to replace one-story frame despot that burned in 1903. 1914 - 15' east end extension built and interior repartitioned. 1931 - Steam heating system installed and supplied by old locomotive boiler in engine house making chimneys obsolete. 1941 - Last renovations to depot when toilet facilities improved.
Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: FN-26
Survey number: HAER WV-42-A



Historic American Engineering Record, creator
O'Connell, Kristen, transmitter
Nicely, John, delineator
McClung, Kevin, delineator
Rudmann, John, delineator




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