Cass Scenic Railroad's Shay #4 and #5 prepare to pass through limestone cut.
The Cass Scenic Railroad's Shay #4 and #5 are seen from this aerial view as they depart the Cass depot for an impressive doubleheader up the mountain to Bald Knob. Shay #5, built in 1905, has spen... (more)
Grady Smith cleans out stay bolt tell-tale holes with a 3/16 inch twist drill bit. By regulation, tell-tales on the outer ends of rigid stay bolts must be free of obstructions, so that steam and w... (more)
Western Maryland Shay #6 charges past the water tower as it photographed from this aerial view!
Western Maryland Shay #6 releases a large plume of smoke as she backs up before making another runbys for the photographer.
With the moon shining overhead, Tweetsie #12 sits in the engine shed on a beautiful Spring evening.
Tweetsie #12 (ex- ET&WNC) storms around a curve as it gleams in the evening light.
Tweetsie #12 (ex- ET&WNC) speeds along the line in this 1/8th sec pan.
Tweetsie #12 (ex- ET&WNC) pulls the first train of the day across the high trestle on a beautiful late Spring morning.
Engineer Tim Smith checks on Tweetsie 190 (ex - WP&Y) during his nightly rounds at the engine house.
C&O 1308, the second to last steam engine built by the Baldwin Locomotive works basks in the evening light. The locomotive, which was built in 1949 is in immaculate condition and almost saw a seco... (more)
Shay #5 passes the emergency water tank during a very wet day on Cheat Mountain.
Cass Scenic Railroad Heisler #6 is framed by the Spring foliage as it heads down the former C&O main. Western Maryland Shay 6 is seen sitting by the water tank.
Cass Scenic Railroad Shay 5 heads out of the WYE as Cass Shay 11 sits waiting for its next move during 2010 Cass Railfan Weekend.
Cass Scenic Railroad Heisler 6, sits at the Cass depot as passengers pack up after having been dropped off by the C&O passenger train. 2010 Cass Railfan Weekend.