Arriving at Bald Knob, Western Maryland 6 has successfully pulled a loaded train up the 11% grades of the Cass Scenic Railroad. Despite the early fall, colors are incredible this year.
Cass Shay #11 crosses Leatherbark Creek with the 3pm trip to Whittaker Station on a beautiful fall day.
The Cass Scenic Railroad's Shay #6 sits near MP 9 while a tree is removed from the tracks after having been toppled from the heavy wet snowfall.
The Cass Scenic Railroad's Shay #5 and #6 take on water at Oats Run on a cold and wet day on Cheat Mountain.
Cass Scenic Railroad Shay #5 takes on water at Oats Run after helping the Bald Knob train up the mountain earlier in the day as the snow begins to fall.
The Cass Scenic Railroad's Western Maryland Shay 6 takes on water at Oats Run during an early October snowfall which dropped 9" in the highest elevations of West Virginia.
Marshal at Roaring Camp has shooed tourists away from climbing on front of locomotive for family photos, allowing an opportunity for me to take my own unobstructed photo.
Gear driven Shay locomotives tackles its first hill on the last excursion of the day through the coastal redwood forest above Santa Cruz, CA.
Fireman Chris Lambert throws another shovel of coal into the firebox of Western Maryland Shay 6 as we head up the mountain to Bald Knob on a rainy August afternoon.
Stopped at Whittaker, WM 6 unloads passengers for a quick bathroom break.
With nearly a half a dozen passenger cars in tow with tourists, Western Maryland 6 makes her way up switchbacks of the Cass Scenic Railroad.
Waiting: Fort Steele Steam Railway shay 115 waits in the wings on a summer day in July, 2011. The engine - a vet of Vancouver Island logging roads - hasn't run in sometime, but hopefully wi... (more)
Shay 5 renamed for Mower Lumber Company # 5 takes the log train toward spruce.
WM Shay 6 waits for it next assignment at the Cass Company Store
Shay # 11 ready for a days work