With showers only minutes away Shay #5 doubleheads with Shay #4 during the 2008 Cass Railfan Weekend.
Cass Scenic Railroad Shay's #4 and #5 which are both former Mower Lumber Co. engines pose during a MSR&LHA night shoot. From left to right are Grady Smith, Kent Walker and Dave Vago a big thanks t... (more)
The early morning light shines on Cass Scenic Railroad Shay #4 as we head to Spruce a half hour ahead of the MSR&LHA chartered passenger train. Once at Spruce we would take on water and prepare th... (more)
Chris and Danny tend to Shay #4 at Spruce while waiting for the MSR&LHA chartered Railfan special.
Dirk slowly pulls Shay #5 into Spruce.
I cant even remember the last time this happened, LITERALLY On a foggy morning in Cass, WV Shay's #4 and #5 sit in the Cass yard. This is the first time that both former Mower Lumber Co. en... (more)
Ohio Central's LS&I #33 pulls the Ohio Rail Tourism Association special up hill out of a cut. A big thanks to Jerry Jacobson for keeping steam in Ohio alive!!!
Ohio Central #33 approaches a crossing near Pearl, OH.
Filler Up!!! Tim Botti helps Ohio Central #33 take a drink of water before departing for Morgan Run.
First Time Ohio Central #33 pulls an Ohio Rail Toursism association excursion past a farm as it nears Morgan Run. This was 33's first time pulling a excursion since being put into service ... (more)
Ohio Central #33 pulls an excusion towards the Morgan Run shops for the Ohio Rail Toursism association.
Some assembly required Western Maryland Shay #6 is starting to be put back together after receiveing new flues. Looking out the engineer's window you will see that the insulation is start... (more)
“By the time we got there, it was already a well-established fire,” On Friday March 28, 2008 this former Chesapeake & Ohio Railroad depot was destroyed by fire. The station built in 1901 wa... (more)
All in a days work! Note: The rare steep switch back, a trademark of West Virignia Logging railroads. For more Cass photo's Railroad: Cass Scenic RailroadLocomotive: HeislerLocation: Cass, West Virginia, USALocomotive #: CSRR 6Train ID: UnknownPhoto Date: October 29, 2006
LOOK OUT!!! CSX 98 crosses the St. Albans bridge on a snowy March day. Note: The train was stopped and this is my first modern diesel shot on RP!