Cass Scenic Railroad Heisler 6 charges upgrade into the small settlement of Nottingham, West Virgina. Here she moves past the old Milepost 92 marker from the old C&O Durbin Line. Back when the lin... (more)
Cass Scenic Railroad Heisler 6 moves her train into Durbin, exiting the dense West Virginia Forests, into a grass field.
On a beautiful summer morning, Engineer Ross Harrison guides Cass Scenic Railroad Heisler 6 through the remote village of Nottingham, which is along the old C&O Durbin Line.
While at Durbin, Cass Scenic Railroad Heisler 6 crosses over the East Fork of the Greenbrier River
Cass Heisler #6 simmers away a rainy night outside the small shed in Durbin, WV. In the morning the ashes will be shaken out and the fire stoked to bring steam up to pull the days passenger runs u... (more)
While at the D&GVRR, Cass Scenic Railroad Heisler 6 is in charge of the day to day operations. Here she is pictured taking on water at Elk Creek during a regular excursion.
Former Meadow River Lumber Company Heisler #6 prepares to drag in the Durbin Rocket consist while the railroad's only diesel sits quiet until its next call to duty.
Former Meadow River Lumber Company #6 prepares to shove back on the main so it can spot the Durbin Rocket for the 10am departure.
Former Meadow River Lumber Company #6 leans in a curve as it pulls the return trip of the Durbin Rocket. Once upon a time, this curve was super-elevated and was rated for 35 mph.
Former Meadow River Lumber Company #6 basks in the morning sun before departing with the 10 o'clock Durbin Rocket. The Rocket normally runs with Moore-Keppel Climax #3 but is under restoration in ... (more)
Former Meadow River Lumber Company #6 leads the return trip of the Durbin "Rocket" on a warm July afternoon.
Former Meadow River Lumber Company #6 is being readied for service on the Durbin "Rocket" excursion train. #6 will be the main stay power on the Rocket until Climax #3 is restored.
Cass Scenic Railroad Heisler #6 is returning to Durbin as part of the Railroad Heritage Weekend hosted by the Durbin and Greenbrier Valley Railroad.
You don't have to be human to admire a vintage steam locomotive.
Cass's Heisler shoves out of the Durbin yard with the "Durbin Rocket" on the old C&O.