Shay #4, temporarily re-lettered for the Mower Lumber Company, rounds the curve at the bottom of the Whittaker S Curve during the 2014 Cass Photography Workshop hosted by Walter Scriptunas II and ... (more)
Looking a bit like Humpty Dumpty, Shay #2 is seen here inside the locomotive shop at Cass, West Virginia, awaiting the completion of its rebuild.
Where only geared steam dare tread, Western Maryland "Big Six" shoves our train up to Bald Knob on a chilly Fall afternoon.
The famous three-train race kicks off Sunday morning at the Cass Scenic Railroad. Class Shay No. 4 is joined by Western Maryland Shay No. 6 and Cass Heisler No. 6.
Joe Gonzales uses his bullhorn to give instructions to Christopher Brang during the night photo session at the Cass Scenic Railroad during the annual Railfan Weekend. Western Maryland No. 6, the l... (more)
Cass Heisler No. 6 deadheads to the Cass Shop after double-heading the 9-car Bald Knob Train hours before. Visitors who rode or recorded Cass Scenic Railroad trains on Sep. 19-20 were treated to a... (more)
Descending the grade on the heels of the Bald Knob train, Heisler No. 6 returns to Cass after double heading Saturday's 9-car train to the top of the mountain.
Cass Heisler No. 6 and Western Maryland Shay 6 double head Saturday's 9-car train to Bald Knob.
Cass shay 4 seen during railfan weekend
Cass Heisler #6 moves freight around the sweeping curve during the Cass Railman Weekend
Heisler #6 poses at the water tank during Cass Railfan Weekend.
During Cass Railfan Weekend 2 Shay's and a Heisler race.
Heisler #6 dressed up as GC&E leads Shay #11 dressed as Mower Lumber Company during Cass Railfan Weekend.
A great example of what makes Cass, West Virginia, so special. Coal-fired logging steam in the Appalachian Mountains. Yep, it's Almost Heaven.