Levi poses on his fathers beautifully restored Farmall 300 series tractor as Shay No. 4 passes through the crossing at Gum field as part of the Cass Scenic Railroad's annual Fall Photography Works... (more)
Mower Lumber Co. Shay No. 4 leads a work train through the s-curve below Whittaker as part of the Cass Scenic Railroad's annual Fall Photography Workshop.
Mower Lumber Co. Shay No. 4 leads a work train through the tail of the upper-switchback during the Cass Scenic Railroad's annual Fall Photography Workshop.
Geared steam locomotives pose at the Cass Depot during Railfan Weekend 2014.
Heisler 6 smokes it up with her Shay sisters during a photo runby at the Cass Depot.
Smoke rolls back over Cass Scenic Shay 5 during a photo runby at Spruce, WV.
Western Maryland 6 steams down the main line at Cass during Railfan Weekend.
Cass 4 and Cass 6 hold the main line in the pouring rain as Western Maryland 6 is coaled up for Railfan Weekend.
Western Maryland Shay No. 6 drifts downgrade between the switchbacks with the Bald Knob train as it makes the return trip to Cass.
Western Maryland Shay No. 6 meets Shay No. 5 at the upper switchback before continuing on to Bald Knob.
In this photo taken while Shay No. 6 had been turned for the Great West Virginia Train Race in July, Shay No. 6 sits on the former C&O mainline while Shay No. 5 heads towards the shop.
In a rare move, Shay #6 backs down the C&O main while Shay #5 runs past the Cass depot. This photo was taken while Shay #6 had been turned for the Great West Virginia Train Race in July.
Shay No. 11 and No. 6 pass each other in the yard as they are prepped for the day's runs. At 103 and 162 tons respectively, these are the two largest locomotives on the Cass roster.
Shay number 4 speeds through the forests of the Cass Mountain Scenic Railway as it pulls it's coaches back down the mountain.
Western Maryland Shay No. 6 and Western Maryland BL2 No. 82 rest beside each other following the Great West Virginia Train Race. Also pictured is former Western Maryland coach No. 835.