Greenbrier

Greenbrier is the common name of the plant genus Smilax. It may also refer to:

Places, United States
  • Greenbrier, Arkansas
  • Greenbrier, Orange County, Indiana
  • Greenbrier, Warrick County, Indiana
  • Greenbrier, Tennessee, in Robertson County
  • Greenbrier (Great Smoky Mountains), in Sevier County, Tennessee
  • Greenbrier County, West Virginia
  • Greenbrier River, a river in southeastern West Virginia
  • Greenbrier River Trail, a rail trail along the Greenbrier River
  • The Greenbrier resort in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia
  • An unincorporated community in Limestone County, Alabama
Other
  • The Greenbrier Companies, an American manufacturer of railroad cars and parts
  • Chevrolet Corvair Greenbriar, a van version of the air-cooled Corvair
  • Smilax – plant species
  • Greenbrier High School in multiple cities

Other articles related to "greenbrier":

The Greenbrier Companies
... The Greenbrier Companies is a publicly traded transportation manufacturing corporation based in Lake Oswego, Oregon, United States ... Predominantly an American company, Greenbrier specializes in transportation services, notably barge and railroad car manufacturing, railroad car ... As of 2006, Greenbrier employs in excess of 3,500 people combined at its operations in Europe, Mexico, Canada, and the United States ...
Greenbrier, Virginia - Notables
... Greenbrier is home to the headquarters of the nationwide store, Dollar Tree ... Greenbrier is home to the Call Center of the nationwide shopping channel QVC ... Greenbrier is also home to Greenbrier Mall (not to be confused with Atlanta's Greenbriar Mall) ...
List Of Historical Structures Maintained By The Great Smoky Mountains National Park - Little Greenbrier
... date of construction Access Notes Walker Cabin 1859 Little Greenbrier Trail Sometimes called King-Walker Cabin Walker Corncrib Little Greenbrier Trail Located adjacent to Walker ...
Little Greenbrier (Great Smoky Mountains) - History - Greenbrier Cemetery
... Greenbrier Cemetery is located next to the Little Greenbrier Schoolhouse ... In many ways, the cemetery is representative of typical Appalachian cemeteries ...