Five locomotives under steam. Shay #2, #4, #5 and #11 (hidden behind #2) and Climax #9 are lined up for the West Virginia Rail Heritage Weekend.
Leetonia Railway - Ely Thomas Lumber Company Shay number 1 on display in the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania in Strasburg.
Cass Shay no. 2 approaches the crossing at Back Mountain Road during the 2016 Cass Fall Photography Workshop.
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)
Like horses to water, three thirsty Shays crawl up to the water tank in Cass.
The tender of "#4" sits idle, yet in beautiful condition, as a triple header of Shay steam locomotives head for the shops at the Cass Scenic Railway.
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)
While most of the locomotives on the roster at Cass scenic Railroad had spent their careers in the lumbering business, Western Maryland Shay 6 was used to haul coal on remote mining branches in We... (more)
On its debut weekend after being released from the B&O Museum in Baltimore, Western Maryland Shay 6 brings a photo freight up the former C&O line to Durbin, West Virginia.
Cass Shay 4 poses in front of the company town with a Barnhart loader and some log cars during the 1981 Cass Railfan Weekend.
Cass Scenic Railroad Shays Nos. 4 and 5 pose alongside one another at the wye track below Bald Knob during a special photo event on April 29, 2017.
First daylight train on the River Line! The Durbin & Greenbrier Valley's Cass Scenic Railroad ran its first daylight train for photographers on the C&O Durbin-Cass River line on April 29, 2... (more)
The Durbin & Greenbrier Valley's Cass Scenic Railroad Bald Knob train ascends Cass Hill with Shay No. 4 pushing the train.
A two-truck Shay steam locomotive sits in Columbia Falls not far away from BNSF's Hi-Line Sub. It's true history is uncertain, some sources identify it as GN 1 or GN 2769, but it's generally agree... (more)
Hesston Steam Museum's Shay type locomotive heads out of the forest and towards the station depot.