Heisler #6 heads West on the ex-C&O Greenbrier Line towards Cass
V-Twin Power. Here's a close-up of Meadow River Heisler #6 as she negotiates the sweeping horseshoe curve near MP 92.1 on the old C&O Greenbrier Division, between Durbin and Cass, WV. She'... (more)
On the horseshoe curve at Nottingham. Meadow River Lumber Company Heisler #6 slowly works her way south on the C&O Greenbrier Division, dragging some freight loads from Durbin to Cass. Sh... (more)
The photo freight with the third runby at Nottingham proper.
The photo freight with the second runby at Nottingham proper.
The 6 shoving the photo freight for the second runby just outside Nottingham.
Portrait of the C&O Durbin Line. Folks who've read about, but never actually seen the old C&O Durbin Line may have formed a mental image of picturesque, well-manicured right-of-way along a ... (more)
Running the Greenbrier River. Cass Heisler #6 looks right at home hauling a short freight along the Greenbrier River just a couple of miles south of Durbin, WV on a sunny spring morning. S... (more)
V-Twin Power. No, she's not a Harley, but if you talk to the crews, she rides a bit like one. This is the former Meadow River Heisler #6, a 1929-vintage, 3-Trucker which was originally bu... (more)
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.
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.