The Durbin Rocket returns to Durbin after making the morning run out and back along the scenic Greenbrier River. Cass Heisler #6 does the honors, substituting for Climax #3 during its rebuild peri... (more)
Leaving Durbin for Cass. The former Meadow River Lumber Company Heisler #6 eases a short freight out of the downtown Durbin Yard for the roughly 15 mile run south to Cass, along the C&O Gre... (more)
Trespassing in Climax Territory. It's long been known that geared steam locomotives are the masters of logging track. "Logging track" is a kind way of saying track that is hastily... (more)
Tree-Tunnel Time Traveler. Amid the shadows and highlights of the lush tree-tunnel just west of Durbin, WV, the former Meadow River Lumber Company Heisler #6 slowly makes her way south on t... (more)
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 Greebrier 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. Sh... (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)
Cass Heisler #6 moves freight around the sweeping curve during the Cass Railman Weekend
Oiling up Big 6 befor a run up the hill.
The race is on as Cass 6 leads shays 11 and 2 toward the water tank.
Log train headed toward the new connection with ex Western Maryland trackage.
Taking on water before the day's activities.
Heisler 6 sits at the shops after powering a Bald Knob excursion