Durbin & Greenbrier Valley Railroad's F7(A) #7094 and GP9 #6530 shove hard on 14 rock loads near Norton,WV in a light rain along the Tygart Valley River.
DGVR #7094 was built for the Milwaukee ... (more)
Putting on a rather volcanic display Heisler #6 pounds through the fall bedecked hills of West Virginia.
Heisler #6 heads West on the ex-C&O Greenbrier Line towards Cass
A pair of the D&GV's vintage diesels clears the way while around the other side of the horseshoe curve, shay 11 backs up for a photo runby.
Some fresh paint is seen on the Shenandoah Valley Railroad. Formerly known as #40, this GP9 has been repainted and has been renumbered to its former Chesapeake and Ohio number #5940. It is pared... (more)
Durbin & Greenbrier Valley 6512 has been painted back into its Baltimore & Ohio colors and works on the Shenandoah Valley Railroad in Virginia. The branchline the SVRR operates was built by the B&... (more)
After a long day of Greenbrier Valley trains, Earl stands proudly in front of his steed at the Durbin depot.
With the last of the regularly-scheduled Durbin & Greenbrier Valley passenger trains, Moore-Keppel #3 trundles back into Durbin.
I spent a lot of time between photo locations studying this exact view. It's really amazing, the faith put in that locking pin and that coupler knuckle... World's strongest handshake, indeed.
With stack blasting, Moore-Keppel #3 crosses Elk Creek on a photo runby during a Chase Gunnoe Photography fall charter.
The shot from across the Greenbrier River. Moore-Keppel #3 puts on a nice show trundling downstream towards Cass.