Pocahontas County, West Virginia

 

City

Railroad

Current Location

Type

Current Use

Date Built

Track Status

Bldg. Mat.

Current Railroad

Notes

Cass

replica

at Cass Senic Railroad

C

rr

1979 

in use

wood

Cass Scenic

replaced C&O depot destroyed by fire in 1975

Cass

C&O

at Cass Scenic Railroad

Wt

rr

reblt. 1933

in use

wood

Cass Scenic

 

Clover Lick

C&O

relocated to near original location

C

muni.

1900

gone

wood

none

restored, visitor center for Greenbrier River Trail, Field checked 3/11

Clover Lick

C&O

moved to Dilleys Mill

Wt

campground use

1927

none

steel

none

at Boy Scout camp

Dilleys Mill

C&O

at Boy Scout Camp

Wt

campground use

1927

none

steel

none

relocated from Clover Lick

Durbin

C&O

 

C

rr

 1900

in use

wood

Durbin & Greenbrier Valley

restored

Durbin

C&O

 

M

 rr

1967

in use

concrete block

Durbin & Greenbrier Valley

bunk house

Durbin Durbin & Greenbrier Valley across mainline from depot Eh rr 2001 in use wood Durbin & Greenbrier Valley currently houses Climax engine
Durbin C&O   M rr   in use wood Durbin & Greenbrier Valley toolshed

Durbin

C&O

West Fork Greenbrier River

B

rr

 

in use

steel 

Durbin & Greenbrier Valley

plate girder

Marlinton

C&O

4th Avenue/8th St.

C

welcome center

1901

gone

wood

none

restored, along Greenbrier River Trail, Burned 3/08

Marlinton

C&O

4th Avenue, adjacent to depot

O

muni.

 

gone

wood

none

once used as rr offices

Marlinton C&O Knapps Creek, S edge of town B trail use 1929 trail use steel none through truss 2 span, Greenbrier River Trail
Marlinton C&O one block north of depot Wt abandoned   gone wood/steel none only base remains, top has collapsed
Thorny Creek C&O N of town, Greenbrier River B trail use 1900 gone steel none deck girder, 4 span, Greenbrier River Trail
Thorny Creek C&O N of town Tn trail use   gone rock none Sharps Tunnel, 511' long

Compiled by M. J. Camp, Railroad Station Historical Society, Inc.

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