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.
Looking a bit like Humpty Dumpty, Shay #2 is seen here inside the locomotive shop at Cass, West Virginia, awaiting the completion of its rebuild.
After a long day of running up and down the Greenbrier Valley, Moore-Keppel #3 cools its heels in the Durbin yard. Lighting by Chase Gunnoe.
The last westbound empty coal train to traverse over Clark's Gap passes through the tunnel near Matoaka. To the right is the long dormant Bluestone Branch, perhaps evoking the future bleak look of... (more)
On a rainy dreary day NS U91 emerges from the cool confines of Jenny Gap Tunnel on its way toward Elmore Yard.
NS Train 745 heads to Iaeger past the iconic church at Berwind, WVa.
A U91 crew takes loads east towards Elmore yard during a torrential rain at Slab Fork, WVa. This train would recrew in Elmore and take the climb to Clark's Gap going down as the last loaded hill r... (more)
Where only geared steam dare tread, Western Maryland "Big Six" shoves our train up to Bald Knob on a chilly Fall afternoon.
After spending the last hour and a half attacking the slopes of Bald Knob ahead of a Shay, the last thing one expects to find atop a mountain is a C&O F7A and a B&O GP7! The Cheat Mountain Salama... (more)
Rounding the curve near the swinging bridge, Climax #3 looks quite at home amongst the rocks and trees of the Greenbrier Valley.
It never ceases to amaze me just how downright beautiful the Greenbrier Valley can be... What better place to experience that than from the caboose?
End of the Line- Moore-Keppel #3 approaches the switch for the siding St the current end of track South of Durbin. In the near future, the line will once again extend all the way to Cass.
On an early fall charter on the Durbin & Greenbrier Valley, Moore-Keppel Climax #3 trundles past a lineside cabin. A Chase Gunnoe photo charter.
Early Fall, Somewhere, West Virginia. A venerable Climax geared locomotive trundles down the valley with the daily mixed bound for Durbin. Thanks to Chase Gunnoe for organizing this charter, it ... (more)