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Durbin, West Virginia

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A community in northern Pocahontas County, Durbin, WV (map), was incorporated in 1906 and named by the late John T. McGraw for Charles R. Durbin, Sr., formerly of Morgantown, but at the time prominent in banking circles at Grafton. Durbin is situated at the junction of the east and west forks of the Greenbrier River where the Greenbrier Division of the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad (C&O) made a connection with the Durbin Branch of the Western Maryland Railway (WM).

Population: 262

Elevation: 2732 feet

Weather: Durbin, WV

Lodging: Durbin, WV Hotels

Schools: Pocahontas County Schools

Libraries: Pocahontas County Free Libraries -- Durbin Public Library