After all steam events in early 2020 were cancelled, The Cass Scenic Railroad started their steam season with the "Parade of Steam." The main star of the day was 3-Truck Climax 9, which ... (more)
On a beautiful summer morning, Engineer Ross Harrison guides Cass Scenic Railroad Heisler 6 through the remote village of Nottingham, which is along the old C&O Durbin Line.
While at Durbin, Cass Scenic Railroad Heisler 6 crosses over the East Fork of the Greenbrier River
Reading & Northern #425 and EMD SD-50 #5018 pose side by side in front of the "witch's hat" of the Jim Thorpe Train Station. 5018 was acquired in 2019, and was repainted just before this... (more)
Norfolk & Western 475 starts the ascent out of Leaman's Place Junction, passing the Yard Limit Sign.
In June of 2020, in celebration of West Virginia Day, the Cass Scenic Railroad hosted an event titled, "The Parade of Steam" which offered numerous photo opportunities of all 5 operating... (more)
Just before the sun peeks through the trees above the surrounding mountains, Reading & Northern 425 does some switching moves, blasting steam out of her cylinders
While at the D&GVRR, Cass Scenic Railroad Heisler 6 is in charge of the day to day operations. Here she is pictured taking on water at Elk Creek during a regular excursion.
Reading & Northern 425 moves for the first time in the morning. With engineer Chad Frederickson at the throttle, excess water and steam is cleared out of the cylinders as they begin to move.