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Elk River from the bridge at Gassaway, W.Va. The headwaters of this river are in the Monongahela National Forest.
Photograph of a river scene at Swallow Rocks on Gandy Creek, Randolph County, W.Va.
A landscape photograph of Back Creek, which is a tributary of the Potomac River that flows north from Frederick County, Virginia, to Berkeley County in West Virginia's Eastern Panhandle
A photograph of the Cheat River below St. George, W.Va.
A landscape of Route #5 near Seneca, in Pendleton County, West Virginia.
A photograph of "The Sinks," where the head of Gandy Creek disappears through a cavern. The stream emerges about 3/4 miles away.
A landscape photograph of Bickle Knob from a meadow on Cheat Mountain, south of U.S. 33.
A photograph of Lake Sherwood, located in Greenbrier County, W.Va.
A section of Stuart Memorial Drive, which was named for Robert Y. Stuart.  Stuart Memorial Drive is a scenic 10.3-mile road that adjoins the south side of the Otter Creek Wilderness. The road climbs from the Shaver's Fork River valley to near the top of Bickle Knob and Stuart Knob, which are two of the highest peaks in the local area.
A black-and-white photograph of a fishing pool on North Fork of South Branch, Potomac River above Petersburg, W. Va. A large rock structure, shaped in an upside down V, with a cave entrance can be seen.
A black and white photograph from the base of Blackwater Falls.
North Fork Valley from Wildcat Hill in the Monongahela National Forest.
Aerial view of Summit Lake. A popular recreation lake that was built cooperatively with the West Virginia Conservation Commission.
A photograph looking up Greenbrier River from Gunpowder Ridge in Greenbrier County, W.Va.
Seneca Rocks as seen from U.S. Route 33.
A photograph of Cheat River near St. George, W. Va.
A clearing between some buildings with walkways and a few trees.