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Snapshots

  1. Battery change

    Snapshot Title: Battery change
    Taken by: Steve Beckelhimer

    Image: Mouth of the New River
    Image Owner: Steve Beckelhimer



    Description:

    I had to pause the GigaPan to change the battery in the camera. After re-attaching the camera, the alignment was a bit off.



  2. Crosses Across America

    Snapshot Title: Crosses Across America
    Taken by: Steve Beckelhimer

    Image: Mouth of the New River
    Image Owner: Steve Beckelhimer



    Description:

    Bernard Coffindaffer, originally of Craigsville, WV, has placed over 1864 groups of three crosses in 29 states as well as territoritories and several foreign countries.



  3. Old School Bus

    Snapshot Title: Old School Bus
    Taken by: Steve Beckelhimer

    Image: Mouth of the New River
    Image Owner: Steve Beckelhimer



    Description:

    This house is on a rock island in the river. The house started as an old yellow school bus that has been repurposed and enhanced as a vacation cabin.



  4. Midland Trail Marker

    Snapshot Title: Midland Trail Marker
    Taken by: Steve Beckelhimer

    Image: Mouth of the New River
    Image Owner: Steve Beckelhimer



    Description:

    The Midland Trail is a road that goes from the East Coast to the West Coast. Some say it begins in New York and ends in San Franciso. Others say it goes from Washington DC to Los Angeles.
    In eithe...



  5. William "Billy" Giacomo Memorial Vista

    Snapshot Title: William "Billy" Giacomo Memorial Vista
    Taken by: Steve Beckelhimer

    Image: Mouth of the New River
    Image Owner: Steve Beckelhimer



    Description:

    Officer Giacomo was killed in action while on duty on the Gauley Bridge police force.



  6. Informational sign on Gauley Bridge

    Snapshot Title: Informational sign on Gauley Bridge
    Taken by: Steve Beckelhimer

    Image: Mouth of the New River
    Image Owner: Steve Beckelhimer



    Description:

    Confluence of the New and Gauley Rivers here form the Kanawha River