Putting on a rather volcanic display Heisler #6 pounds through the fall bedecked hills of West Virginia.
Heisler #6 heads West on the ex-C&O Greenbrier Line towards Cass
Former Meadow River Lumber Company Heisler #6 prepares to drag in the Durbin Rocket consist while the railroad's only diesel sits quiet until its next call to duty.
Former Meadow River Lumber Company #6 prepares to shove back on the main so it can spot the Durbin Rocket for the 10am departure.
Former Meadow River Lumber Company #6 leans in a curve as it pulls the return trip of the Durbin Rocket. Once upon a time, this curve was super-elevated and was rated for 35 mph.
Former Meadow River Lumber Company #6 basks in the morning sun before departing with the 10 o'clock Durbin Rocket. The Rocket normally runs with Moore-Keppel Climax #3 but is under restoration in ... (more)
Former Meadow River Lumber Company #6 leads the return trip of the Durbin "Rocket" on a warm July afternoon.
Former Meadow River Lumber Company #6 is being readied for service on the Durbin "Rocket" excursion train. #6 will be the main stay power on the Rocket until Climax #3 is restored.