In their element. Amidst the deep woods and mountain mist, Shays 5 and 11 meet at Old Spruce on a wet spring morning in May.
Running the Shavers Fork. A Mower Lumber Company train, led by the 1905-vintage Shay #5, drifts along the Shavers Fork of the Cheat River on a murky afternoon in May. This re-creation made... (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.
Harold "Pops" Lambert overlooks an axle set being turned on the gigantic wheel lathe in the Cass locomotive shop.
Shay number 5 sits at the station as it's train loads up on passengers for the days photo excursion...
Performing runbys north on the Cass main, Western Maryland "Big 6" leads a photo freight near the Water tank. An MSRLHA event.
Shays number 4 and 5 pose by the water tower at Cass for the 2012 Cass Railfan Weekend. Both shays, built by Lima, served the logging industry for several years around the turn of the 20th century... (more)
A quiet night at the Cass depot. A MSRLHA night shoot.
Big 6 hauls the freight train high up on the mountain.
Cass night life.. A MSRLHA night photo shoot.