By William “Skip” Deegans
This week’s photo is a mystery, and we are seeking help identifying it. I believe the shot may have been taken in Ronceverte at one end of the covered bridge that spanned the Greenbrier River. The tractors appear to be International Harvester gas-powered models from about 1910. The small sign hanging on the corner of what may be a garage is for the Goodyear Service Station. The last two letters on the sign above the garage door are “CK.” If anyone has clues as to the name of the business and identify of any of the men in the photograph, please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Photo courtesy of the Greenbrier Historical Society.