Enterprise Lumber Co. Shay No. 4
This 3-Truck Shay was built in 1906 by Lima Locomotive Works for Enterprise Lumber Company in Simms, LA. It also spent time at the Cherry River Boom &... (more)
Cass #5 near Bald Knob during railfan weekend.
Sewell Valley Railroad (2nd) 1
Meadow River Lumber Company 1
Whyte System Type: 2-truck Shay-geared
Builder: Lima Locomotive Works, Lima, Ohio
Date Built: May 1910
Shay No. 4 crosses Leatherbark Creek just outside the town of Cass, W.Va., as it begins its ascent up the mountains. As part of the Railfan Weekend, the locomotive is lettered with the rather cumb... (more)
Danny Seldomridge looks on from the cab of Western Maryland Shay No. 6 during his final week before retirement from the State of West Virginia.
Engineer Brad Hoover takes a break from brushing cinders off the running board of Shay No. 5.
Engineer Danny Seldomridge blows down the glass on the hydrostatic lubricator before the days trip up the mountain to Bald Knob.
Shay 11 heads back towards the shops to pick up cars for the noon trip to Bald Knob on the last weekend of 2014 operations. Cass will be back in 2015, but under control of the WV State Rail Autho... (more)
Big 6 is assaulting the final grade into Whittaker Station through the rain, leaving a cascade of fall leaves in her wake.
Cass Scenic Railroad Shay No. 4 leads a triple-header runby with No. 5 and No. 6. as part of the Cass Scenic Railroad's annual Fall Photography Workshop.
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.
Western Maryland Shay No. 6 drifts downgrade between the switchbacks with the Bald Knob train as it makes the return trip to Cass.