Chicago Mill & Lumber Company's Heisler #5 working in December 1962 at Tallulah, LA.
Former Meadow River Lumber Co. Heisler #6 sits at Whittaker Camp 1 while preparing to take the bobber caboose off the hill for storage.
Sumpter Valley Railway's #3 Heisler the W. H. Eccles Lumber Company sits in the McEwen yard with a short freight train under the stars with the Big Dipper visible.
The 3rd truck of Cass Scenic Railroad Heisler #6 is rolled out from under the water tender. Repairs will be done in the coming weeks to fix a bad clanking noise, shortly after this photo was taken... (more)
Ex- Meadow River Lumber Co., Rainelle, WV Heisler #6 travels down the Cass main.
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
The Heisler locomotive was the last version of the three major types of geared steam locomotive (with Shay and Climax). This three-tuck 75 ton Heisler was built in 1918 for the Hetch Hetchy Railro... (more)
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Gary washes down the gears on Heisler #6.
Heisler #6 leads a passenger train around Gum Curve.
Artie Barkley poses in the cab of Heisler #6.
Veteran Cass Scenic Railroad engineer Gary Cassell eases Heisler #6 up to the door of the Cass locomotive shop for a minor repair job.
Awesome Heisler pulls from Cass Yard to make mountain climb