Heisler number 6 awaits at the Durbin Depot while being preped for the days activities ahead on a very chilly November morning.
Running the C&O Greenbrier Division. Meadow River Heisler Locomotive #6 makes her way south at about MP 92.3, along West Virginia's Greenbrier River, running the old C&O main through the wi... (more)
Durbin, WV: Yes, the trains still stop here. Meadow River Heisler Locomotive #6 heads south, out of the quaint little West Virginia town of Durbin at about MP 95.2, headed for Cass on the o... (more)
Waking up downtown Durbin. The Durbin, WV locals are waking up to the sound of a locomotive that sounds like it is doing 45 mph, as Meadow River Lumber Company Heisler #6 is pressed into se... (more)
Pete Lerro and Lerro Photography held a charter at Durbin on May 2nd. Meadow River Lumber #6 drags a freight along the pond and Lilly Pads at Hosterman heading toward Cass
Pete Lerro and Lerro Photography held a charter at Durbin on May 2nd. Meadow River Lumber #6 drags a freight along the Greenbrier River by the swing bridge heading toward Cass
On an early October day, 2-truck Shay #3 approaches a switch. The trees are beginning to change and hints of yellow dot the forests of Durbin.
The engineer of two-truck Shay #3 provides some maintenance on an early fall day during a photo shoot organized by Chase Gunnoe.
On a sweltering summer day, Engineer Ross Harrison lays on the whistle and opens the throttle, as he guides Heisler 6 upgrade at Milepost 92. Long ago the C&O Greenbrier was line vast, but now, on... (more)
Once upon a time, trains would roar around this curve, as it was rated for 35 MPH when operated by the C&O. Fast forward to modern times; the line continues to see use, but not the way it once has... (more)
Ross & his Heisler
Some Late Night Durbin Chat
Some Mower Lumber Chat
The Photo Freight with the second runby at Durbin.
The Photo Freight with the first runby at Durbin.