Shay nbr 11 backs away from the water tank at Cass.
After being down for an eight year rebuild, Cass Scenic Railroad's #2 Shay returned to service for a Trains Magazine charter run to Bald Knob.
On a rare sunny day at Cass, the Bald Knob excursion prepares to depart the Cass depot for the shops to be put away for the day. Shay #2 is only on its 4th run, as it was just recently restored af... (more)
Cass Scenic Railroad's #2 Shay returns to service and steams away after a long rest for repairs and replacement of boiler tubes and firebox side sheets.
Cass Scenic Shay No. 5 leads the Whittaker train toward the Upper Switchback on its return leg from Whittaker Station to Cass. Spring is in full bloom on the Cass Scenic Railroad on this May 21, 2... (more)
MSR&LHA held it's Cass Railfan Weekend with WM Shay #6, CSRR Shay #5 and CSRR Shay #4.
MSR&LHA held it's Cass Railfan Weekend with CSRR Heisler #6 poses at the water tank.
MSR&LHA held it's Cass Railfan Weekend with CSRR Shay #5 passing CSRR Shay #11.
MSR&LHA held it's Cass Railfan Weekend with CSRR Shay #11 poses at the water tank.
Inside the cab of Cass Shay locomotive 11. The fireman looks over the locomotive from the ground.
Shays 5 and 6 take a rest at Whittaker station on a rainy fall afternoon with the Whittaker and Bald Knob trains, respectively. Both trains would later coast downhill to Cass.
A Cass Scenic log train, operated as a Carl Franz photo special, passes the "emergency water stop" just below the end of the line at Bald Knob.
Shay #4, temporarily re-lettered for the Mower Lumber Company, rounds the curve at the bottom of the Whittaker S Curve during the 2014 Cass Photography Workshop hosted by Walter Scriptunas II and ... (more)
Looking a bit like Humpty Dumpty, Shay #2 is seen here inside the locomotive shop at Cass, West Virginia, awaiting the completion of its rebuild.
The famous three-train race kicks off Sunday morning at the Cass Scenic Railroad. Class Shay No. 4 is joined by Western Maryland Shay No. 6 and Cass Heisler No. 6.