|Harty Coal Company store and office located on Barkers Creek.|
|Side view of the amusement hall.|
|Timber was cut from the land, sawed into boards, and shipped to Huntington,|
West Virginia, where prefabricated houses were constructed; the wall sections
were shipped back to Tralee and constructed onsite.
|Four-room hip-roof houses along the railroad tracks. The horse-drawn|
wagon was the transportation of the day.
|Houses along the railroad tracks and Barkers Creek.|
|Houses on the hillside.|
All the photographs and text comes from Coal Towns of West Virginia: A Pictorial Recollection by Mary Legg Stevenson. These are the only photographs I have of where Robert Muir and his family lived in West Virginia.