Above topo map on left of the Cheat Bridge area in 1924. Second topo map same location but in 2011, notice how road was moved to follow the river for a ways. A 24 car sidetrack was located here.
View of Cheat Bridge and the motor car shed on September 9, 1967. Coal hoppers for loading here by a conveyor can also be seen. (thanks to Mike Yetter and Warren Hart for photo)
Cheat Bridge Club House in 1963. The club was purchased from a hunt club and later sold in 1964. Now referred to as the Cheat Mountain Club, it is open to the public to rent and stay. More info on the Cheat Mountain Club at their website; www.cheatmountainclub.com . (thanks to Mike Yetter and Warren Hart for photo)
Another view of the Cheat Bridge Club House also in 1963. (thanks to Mike Yetter and Warren Hart for photo)
Coal loader at Cheat Bridge in 1980. (Don Biggs photo)
WM Shay 6 and WM BL2 82 are pictured at Cheat Bridge. (Blair Williamson photo)
WM's Shay 6 makig a photo runby for railfans and riders at Cheat Bridge. (Blair Williamson photo)