Mower Lumber Company 4 climbs the 11% grade on the final approach to Bald Knob.
Shay 6 simmers on the top of Bald Knob during the first Lunar Express ride to Bald Knob.
Shays #5 and #4 pose at the water tank at night. These two are the only shays remaining at Cass that were a part of the logging operation prior to purchase by the state.
Shays #5 and #11 make their presence known as they begin the climb up the 11% grade to Bald Knob.
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.
Shay 5 pulls the log train to the top of Bald Knob during a run-by.
Big Six at Bald Knob Former Western Maryland Shay #6 does its impression of a volcano while climbing the 9% grade to Bald Knob with the log train in tow during a photo charter at the Cass ... (more)
The smoke belches out of the stack of Western Maryland Shay 6 during the final push to Bald Knob. In the distance sets the Greenbank Telescope, the Worlds largest fully steerable radio telescope.
As the track begins to level out shay 6 pops off as it comes to a stop at Bald Knob.
Flying high above Bald Knob, the Bald Knob train is seen shortly after making the 11 mile trip up the mountain from Cass. Some patches of snow still remain from the weekends snowfall. At a elevati... (more)
Danny fills up the oil hopper before heading back to Cass ending the season for Cass. This was the last Bald Knob run of the year.
Almost Heaven Cass Scenic Railroad Shay #6 is dwarfed by the colorful mountains of West Virginia from this stunning view atop of Bald Knob. A motorcar ride and a half-mile walk up hill gav... (more)
Cass Scenic Railroad Shay #5 and 6 doublehead with a 9 car sold out passenger train on one of the flatter sections of track before arriving at Bald Knob.