From a November night photo session that was held in Durbin, WV.
With the recent announcement that the rebuilding had finally been completed and the line reconnected, there is no longer a need to keep the outlying crew and train at Durbin. This means that Heisl... (more)
Heisler number 6 awaits at the Durbin Depot while being preped for the days activities ahead on a very chilly November morning.
On a sweltering summer day, Engineer Ross Harrison lays on the whistle and opens the throttle, as he guides Heisler 6 upgrade at Milepost 92. Long ago the C&O Greenbrier was line vast, but now, on... (more)
Once upon a time, trains would roar around this curve, as it was rated for 35 MPH when operated by the C&O. Fast forward to modern times; the line continues to see use, but not the way it once has... (more)
Ross & his Heisler
Some Late Night Durbin Chat
Some Mower Lumber Chat
The Photo Freight with the second runby at Durbin.
The Photo Freight with the first runby at Durbin.
The photo freight with the third runby at Nottingham proper.
The photo freight with the second runby at Nottingham proper.
The reflection shot of the photo freight with the second runby at Hosterman.
The photo freight with the first runby at Hosterman.