<a href="http:\/\/pocahontastimes.com\/wp-content\/uploads\/sites\/25\/2015\/04\/Poca.web_.-Pres.-.jpg"><img src="http:\/\/pocahontastimes.com\/wp-content\/uploads\/sites\/25\/2015\/04\/Poca.web_.-Pres.--300x200.jpg" alt="Poca.web. Pres." width="300" height="200" class="aligncenter size-medium wp-image-8610" \/><\/a>\r\nA C&O crew is pictured with the first motor car used on the Greenbrier Sub-Division of the Chesapeake and Ohio, probably near Cass. A railway motor car, or track maintenance car, was commonly known as a \u201cspeeder.\u201d These motorized inspection cars date back to the 1890s and could travel at about 15 mph. It was called a speeder because it was faster than a human-powered vehicle. Courtesy of Pocahontas Co. Historical Society, ID: PHS000810\r\n\r\nAccess the \u201cPreserving Pocahontas\u201d Digital Library at pocahontaspreservation.org or preservingpocahon tas.org If you have historical records or photographs to be scanned for the county Historical Archive contact Preservation Officer B. J. Gudmundsson at 304-799-3989 or email email@example.com Prints of photographs are available.