Climax 6, with Russ Page at the throttle, has just exited the covered bridge and is pushing her train upgrade towards the end of the line on a warm day in the scenic White Mountains.
Climax No. 3 pauses in the woods to siphon water.
Climax No. 3 rolls through the field at Nottingham, between Cass and Hevener Station.
Climax No. 3 performs a photo runby for photographers during Cass Railfan Weekend 2015
Climax No. 3 brings her train to a stop near Durbin for water. There's not water tank on the line; water is drawn from the creek, the same as was done during the logging days.
Moore, Keppel & Company Climax No. 3 rounds a curve near Durbin with engineer Earl Knoob at the throttle.
Moore, Keppel & Company Climax No. 3 steams out of the woods following a water stop near Durbin, West Virginia
Climax 3 works its way alongside the Greenbrier River over the former C&O Greenbrier Division main line; this section was repaired after massive flood damage in '85 and '96. (Believe it or not, a... (more)
Climax 3 working hard near Durbin with a MSRLHA photo charter.
Climax 3 performs a photo runby in an open field near Durbin.
Climax cylinder plate and builders plate on C/N 1059, now operating on the D&GV in rural West Virginia.
The water hose hanging below No. 3's tank is not just for looks. It's used to siphon water from a creek midway during the trip down the ex-C&O Greenbrier line.
Climax No. 3 performs a runby during the return trip to Durbin after pulling a MSRLHA special along the river.
Backwoods railroading in Appalachia courtesy the Durbin & Greenbrier Valley. Climax No. 3 is working its way towards the Durbin, WV, enginehouse on a cool spring evening after pulling a MSRLHA ch... (more)
The Durbin Rocket sits at the station waiting to make its first trip out onto the line.