After coupling up to a cut of coal hoppers, engineer Danny Seldomridge discusses the afternoon's train movements with conductor Gene Lambert and Ben True of the D&GVRR.
Black Diamonds and Irony: This image shows Cass's legendary Western Maryland Shay No. 6, coupled to a cut of coal hoppers alongside the former lumbering town of Spruce, West Virginia. 85 years ago... (more)
After coupling up to a cut of coal hoppers, Western Maryland Shay No. 6 prepared to pull its train to Spruce.
The Heisler sits by the depot during Saturday's night photo session as part of The Mountain State Railroad & Logging Historical Association's annual Railfan Weekend.
A look inside the Big Cut on the former Western Maryland Railway as viewed from the air. At an elevation of 4,066 ft, this was the highest railroad grade of a major railroad East of the Mississipp... (more)
Cass Scenic Railroad Heisler No. 6 leads Shays 6, 5, 11 and 4 as they perform an impressive runby during the 2014 Cass Railfan Weekend.
The Fort Wayne Railroad Historical Society's Nickel Plate Road 765 backs out of the wye track and into the Enola Yard.
The Fort Wayne Railroad Historical Society's Nickel Plate Road 765 rounds the famous Horseshoe Curve with the 17 car Horseshoe Curve Special in tow.
Cass Scenic Railroad Shays #4 and #5 doublehead through the town of Cass.
Sun rays filter through the trees after a late afternoon rain shower. I pass by this crossing a hundred or more times a year, but this time was special and I just had to stop. After firing off a f... (more)
Engineer Brad Hoover power washes the gears of Shay #5.
Cass Scenic Railroad Shay #4, lettered for the Mower Lumber Co., leads a short freight past the company houses on Front Street during a foggy summer morning.
Harold "Pops" Lambert overlooks an axle set being turned on the gigantic wheel lathe in the Cass locomotive shop.
The Orange Blossom Cannonball departs from Tavares, FL on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays for an enjoyable two hour trip through the Florida countryside. The train is pulled by a 2-6-0 Mogul and is... (more)
The Orange Blossom Cannonball crosses a small trestle over Lake Dora, shortly after departing the station.