A trio of lost UP widecabs heads up NS 196 through the hamlet of Ada, West Virginia nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains.
A photo train headed up by "WM 243" (ex-CP) is near Spruce, WV, during Railfan Weekend 2015.
Smoke darkens the sky during a photo runby at Spruce during Cass Railfan Weekend 2015, sponsored by the Mountain State Railroad & Logging Historical Association.
Heisler No. 6 is switching out its freight train at Spruce during the first day of Railfan Weekend 2015.
Cass No. 4 poses alongside the water tower during Railfan Weekend 2015, sponsored by the Mountain State Railroad & Logging Historical Association.
The office car special cuts through town at 10mph enroute to Grafton WV.
Nature giveth....and nature taketh away. The overgrown siding on the old C&O Durbin Branch is home to a number of pieces of ancient railroad equipment that probably should have been scrappe... (more)
Dead Lined..... Squirreled away on a little-used, overgrown siding off the C&O Durbin Branch, sits a rather rusty piece of machinery that I never expected to see as I hiked along the Greenb... (more)
Miller Time...... After dropping his photo freight on a siding adjacent to the depot, long-time Cass Engineer, Dirk Caloccia takes his 70-ton Shay #4 back to the shops, where she'll join 3 ... (more)
"Big Six" poses at the Cass water tower during Railfan Weekend 2015, sponsored by the Mountain State Railroad & Logging Historical Association.
A pair of Western Maryland-painted F units pause as Spruce during Railfan Weekend 2015, sponsored by the Mountain State Railroad & Logging Historical Association.
Heisler 6 smokes it up at Spruce during a Railfan Weekend photo runby
Earl Knoob eases Heisler 6 back towards the shop during preparations for Railfan Weekend 2015.
Mixed freight train 170 splits the N&W CPL's at Rogers as the Conrail heritage unit leads the train west towards Williamson.
Saturday of the 1981 Cass railfan weekend found Bald Knob mountain encased in patchy fog, with the scenic view from the summit being all of about fifty feet. On the way up, doubleheaded Shays 4 an... (more)