This 1901 picture was taken at the future site of the Thurmond Depot building.
A crowd gathers at the station, 1910.
The depot around the middle of the twentieth century.
The depot today. The building was restored by the National Park Service.
Harper, R Eugene. Thurmond Historic District, National Register of Historic Places. September 15th 1983. Accessed April 28th 2021. http://www.wvculture.org/shpo/nr/pdf/fayette/84003520.pdf.
National Park Service. “Thurmond Historic Structures Assessment New River Gorge National River West Virginia.” Accessed April 28th 2021. http://www.quid-tum.com/documents/thurmond_assessment_report.pdf.
Thurmond Walking Tour, National Park Service. January 6th 2020. Accessed April 28th 2021. https://www.nps.gov/neri/learn/historyculture/thurmond-walking-tour.htm.
Trevey, William. “Coal Operators on the Southside Train Platform, Thurmond, W. Va.” Ca. 1901. West Virginia & Regional History Center. Accessed April 28th 2021. https://wvhistoryonview.org/catalog/004523.
“Thurmond Depot 1910.” 1910. National Park Service. Accessed April 28th 2021. https://www.nps.gov/media/photo/gallery-item.htm?pg=0&id=3E30A17F-155D-451F-672E8F8D620AD9B9&gid=3D726CBE-155D-451F-67157F056D2286BB.
“Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad Depot, Thurmond, W. Va.” West Virginia & Regional History Center. Accessed April 28th 2021. https://wvhistoryonview.org/catalog/026125.