Cass Scenic Railroad locomotives Shay 2, 4, 5, 11 and Climax 9 sit steamed up during a photoshoot on a warm June night in Cass, WV
Shay # 11 of the Cass Scenic Railroad was built in 1923 for the Hutchinson Lumber Co.’s Oroville (Butte County), California, mill operation. Running for the CSRR since 1997.
Shay # 6 of the Cass Scenic Railroad, the last Shay and second largest Shay ever out-shopped by Lima in 1945, built for the Western Maryland Ry.
Shay power with # 6, # 11 and # 5 of the Cass Scenic Railroad.
Shay # 5 of the Cass Scenic Railroad with a log train on a rainy may day. The locomotive was built in 1905 for the West Virginia Spruce Lumber Co.’s Greenbrier & Elk River R.R. and is the oldest a... (more)
Throwback to the final weeks of summer in 2020...
During the IRMs annual showcase weekend, the museum assembled a pretty large "Demonstration" freight consist for their locomotives to shuttle a... (more)
Smoke and sun fill the small cab of Shay #2 at the Cass Shops at the Cass Scenic Railroad on July 5, 2020. Shay #2 is a pacific coast Shay and was built in 1928 for the Mayo Lumber Company of Pald... (more)
"The Land of Shays" - Prior to a 11 am departure to Bald Knob Shay #2 at the Cass Scenic Railroad simmers away in the yard while a mechanic looks over a few items on the railroad's other... (more)
Shay 4 takes on water at the Cass water tower before beginning the "Parade of Steam" at the Cass Scenic Railroad
A Sierra Railway passenger excursion rolls westward on a summer afternoon. The train is just out of Jamestown, crossing Bell Mooney Road.
A photo freight on the City of Prineville Railway performs a photo runby on the west side of Prineville.
Grham County shay #1925 simering, ready for the next run.
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.