The "Big 6" takes on water at the base of the mountain in Cass, WV.
You *can* pan a Shay. Western Maryland 6 steams by the photographers at Spruce doing a whopping 10 mph.
Western Maryland 2-8-0 #729 leads a freight train around Helmstetter's Cuve as the sun is setting behind the engine. A plume of smoke and the engine is silhouetted by the remaining light of day.
Western Maryland 6 and Cass Scenic 5 team up for a photo runby at Spruce during the 2014 Railfan Weekend, sponsored by the Mountain State Railroad & Logging Historical Association
Is it ever not raining at Cass? Her switching chores completed, Western Maryland Shay 6 scoots down towards the Cass shop to be put away for the night.
WM Shay #6 doing a run by for Cass Railfan Weekend. Sponsored by MSR&LHA.
The East end of the yard at Hagerstown could be a very busy place as it was on the afternoon of May 04, 1973. With Reading Alco C630 & GP30, WM F7(A)#55, RS-2 #183 and SD40s plus SD35 #7434.
WM Shay #6 does a run by during Cass Railfan Weekend. Sponsored by MSR&LHA.
As the vibrant green foliage of a much welcomed Spring is illuminated in the valley below Old Spruce, Western Maryland Shay No. 6 leads a work train toward Bald Knob from Whittaker. An MSR&LHA eve... (more)