Durbin, West Virginia

The railyard of the Durbin at Greenbrier Valley Railroad
The railyard of the Durbin at Greenbrier Valley Railroad runs along the east fork of the Greenbrier River.

Durbin, WV (West Virginia), a community in northern Pocahontas County, was incorporated in 1906 and named for banker Charles R. Durbin, Sr., a local bank official. Its population was 235 at the 2020 census.

The Durbin & Greenbrier Valley Railroad, a scenic railway, is headquartered in Durbin.

Durbin is located south of Burner Mountain at the junction of the east and west forks of the Greenbrier River near the center of the Monongahela National Forest.


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Location

Durbin is located on highways US-250 and WV-92 approximately 12 miles north of Green Bank, West Virginia, 40 miles northwest of Marlinton, West Virginia, and 40 miles south of Elkins, West Virginia.


Map of Durbin, West Virginia


Regional Information

Durbin is located in the Allegheny Highlands Region in eastern West Virginia.