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 Climax Locomotive, an endangered species.
Hidden in the hills of West Virginia is the Durbin Rocket, one of the treasures of American steam railroading. Built to haul heavy loads up steep grades, the former Moore-Keppel & Co. #3 now enjo... (more)
The Durbin Rocket pulls its train back to Durbin on a cool and rainy Fall day in the mountains of West Virginia.
The Durbin Rocket speeds along at well over 3mph as it heads back from Hevener Station to Durbin.
Moore-Keppel Climax no. 3 leads her consist into what passes for the yard at Durbin. Taken during a Historic Transport Preservation, Inc. photo charter.
The Durbin Rocket, former Moore & Keppel Lumber Co. #3 passes a school house along the former C&O main.
The Durbin Rocket, former Moore & Keppel Lumber Co. #3 departs Durbin for Piney Island on a beautiful Fall. day.
The Durbin rocket speeds towards Durbin pulling many happy passengers.
The Durbin rocket passes a small farm on its way back to Durbin.