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    Fall 2006 Out Here Magazine Cover

    Fall 2006 Out Here Magazine

    On The Right Track

    Artie Barkley stops in mid-sentence. "Listen," he says, shifting his gaze upward at nothing in particular. As he waits to hear the sound he's anticipating, the stillness of the West Virginia mountains is broken only by songbirds' delicate twittering. Then, in the distance, the plaintive wail of a locomotive whistle breaks the stillness — and Artie Barkley breaks into a smile.

    After 40 years of workin' on the Cass Scenic Railroad in Cass, WV, Artie still treasures the sound of the Shay locomotives as they slowly chug their way up 11 miles of track to the 4,860-foot summit of Bald Knob. Designed by Ephraim Shay, these locomotives were intended to run on rough track, steep grades, and exceptionally sharp curves found in logging operations. Read Article


    Out Here magazine is a quarterly publication from Tractor Supply Co. celebrating the rural lifestyle.
    Pick up a hard copy at your local store and browse here for how to and lifestyle articles, recipes, travel ideas and upcoming events.