Meadow River Lumber Company No. 1
Steamtown's 1910 Lima Locomotive Meadow River Lumber Company 2-Truck Shay captured rusting away at the back lot of the former DL&W shops. Looking pretty... (more)
The West Virginia Great Train Race... An annual tradition at the Durbin & Greenbrier Valley Railroad, the Great Train Race is a public event that consists of a race between diesels and stea... (more)
And so a new era begins... Crews at the Durbin & Greenbrier Valley Railroad have spent much of 2016 rebuilding a section of former C&O main between Cass, W.Va., and Durbin, W.Va., that was ... (more)
The newest addition to the Cass Scenic Railroad roster was Western Maryland 6, which had recently been liberated from the B&O museum in Baltimore. Heisler 6 and Shays 3 and 4 joined WM 6 in positi... (more)
Western Maryland Shay 6 and Cass Scenic Railroad Shay 3 get serviced at Cass as Heisler 6 simmers on an engine house lead.
Graham County #1926 working at Topton, NC in August 1963.
Three Shays pause in the engine servicing area during Cass Scenic Railroad;s 1981 railfan weekend. Shay number 3 in the center went back to the west coast in 1996, now residing at the City of Prin... (more)
Shay nbr 11 backs away from the water tank at Cass.
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 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)
Brimstone Shay #36 working near the Southern interchange at New River, TN in this February 1961 scene.
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.
The newest addition to Cass’ roster, Western Maryland 150-ton three-truck Shay #6, simmers near the coal dock, while 80-ton three-truck Shay #3 switches equipment. The big 6, which was recently ac... (more)