Making its third and final trip of the day, Shay 11 shoves the 3pm Whittaker train toward Lower Switchback, passing over Leatherbark Creek in full fall peak, outside of the Town of Cass.
With nearly 400 passengers on board, Western Maryland Big 6 and Shay 11 double head up the mountain near the town of Spruce. Colors above Whittaker are at their peak, but not for long, in an area ... (more)
Cass Scenic # 5 renamed as Mower Lumber #5 doing what a shay does best hauling lumber.
Putney Lumber Company Lima Shay no. 1 (blt. 1904) rests between work assignments at its namesake community in late 1963. No. 1's caretaker/engineer was an old gentleman named Bascom Fee. Mr. Fee h... (more)
Elk River Coal & Lumber shay #19 has five loads of logs en route from the lumber camp to Avoco, W. Va. on Nov. 24, 1961. They didn't build bridges, they just forded the creeks. A watchman ri... (more)
Cass Scenic Railroad Shay #4, lettered for the Mower Lumber Co., leads a short freight past the company houses on Front Street during a foggy summer morning.
Performing runbys north on the Cass main, Western Maryland "Big 6" leads a photo freight near the Water tank. An MSRLHA event.
Shay #6 waits her next assignment at the Cass Water tank
A quiet night at the Cass depot. A MSRLHA night shoot.