Theodore Roosevelt was the first president to use an entire train dedicated to campaign staff. He used the train to deliver 673 speeches while traveling more than 21,000 miles. True to his reputation for adventure, Roosevelt often traveled in the locomotive cab. Unlike many presidents who used cab rides as publicity stunts, Roosevelt learned how to actually operate a locomotive pulling a heavy freight load. He served as president from 1901-1909. (Source: up.com)
Below you will find a few images I came across while looking up his whistle stop campaign route. There are also a few clippings covering his stops in West Virginia.
In April 1912, he would make a number of stops in West Virginia.