Pipeline at My Mailbox: A Photo Essay on the Construction of Ohio Valley Connector Pipeline in Wetzel County, WV

  • Introduction: 1-20
  1. Prepare work areas & laydown yards: 21-42
  2. Clear Cut timber–down trees & burn and stump grind: 43-64
  3. Clear cut RoW and trees gone: 65-74
  4. Trench dig assorted: 75-90
  5. Pipe transport; string out pipe; welding & X-ray: 91-118
  6. Pipe under roads: 119-131
  7. Pipe under-in stream bed: 132-154
  8. Cover over pipe and finish: 155-173

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Bill Hughes

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  1. Dear Mr. Hughes – I just scanned your photo blog “pipeline at my mailbox.” Truly an act of love. I will give it a more detailed look in the coming weeks. Here in Baltimore we are dealing with our gas utility, BGE, which is building the Granite Pipeline – through the biggest park in our city. We have opened a suit against the City and BGE to obtain fair compensation for the forested parkland we have lost. Phase 3 of the pipeline will begin soon. I will make an effort to do a photo essay on that as you have done. Thank you for the inspiration.

    Jack Lattimore, Board Member
    Friends of Gwynns Falls Leakin Park

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