With three empty hoppers for the Western Maryland interchange at Spruce, Cass Shay No. 11 navigates low clouds and fog as it traverses the Cass connecting track between Leatherbark Jct. and Old Sp... (more)
A Mower Lumber Shay rests in the late evening at a logging camp on Cheat Mountain ready to begin loading in the morning. Actually a night shoot with the rarely featured equipment on display at Whi... (more)
Enroute to the Western Maryland interchange at Spruce with coal empties for Harper Mine, Shay No. 11 eases by the Old Water Tank, climbing in elevation through dense fog and light rain in this spr... (more)
MSR&LHA held it's Cass Railfan Weekend with CSRR Shay #5 passing CSRR Shay #11.
MSR&LHA held it's Cass Railfan Weekend with CSRR Shay #11 poses at the water tank.
A Cass Scenic log train, operated as a Carl Franz photo special, passes the "emergency water stop" just below the end of the line at Bald Knob.
Shay #11 smokes it up during Cass Railfan Weekend.
Shay #11 dressed up as Mower Lumber Company leads a log train during Cass Railfan Weekend.
Shay 11 heads back towards the shops to pick up cars for the noon trip to Bald Knob on the last weekend of 2014 operations. Cass will be back in 2015, but under control of the WV State Rail Autho... (more)
Shay No. 11 and No. 6 pass each other in the yard as they are prepped for the day's runs. At 103 and 162 tons respectively, these are the two largest locomotives on the Cass roster.
Shay 11 idles among the Red Spruce on the line to Bald Knob.
Shay 11 claws its way upgrade towards Bald Knob.
Cass Scenic 11 smokes it up for the cameras as it works its way up towards Spruce with a short freight.