Cass Scenic Railroad locomotives Shay 2, 4, 5, 11 and Climax 9 sit steamed up during a photoshoot on a warm June night in Cass, WV
Shay # 11 of the Cass Scenic Railroad was built in 1923 for the Hutchinson Lumber Co.’s Oroville (Butte County), California, mill operation. Running for the CSRR since 1997.
Shay # 6 of the Cass Scenic Railroad, the last Shay and second largest Shay ever out-shopped by Lima in 1945, built for the Western Maryland Ry.
Shay power with # 6, # 11 and # 5 of the Cass Scenic Railroad.
Shay # 5 of the Cass Scenic Railroad with a log train on a rainy may day. The locomotive was built in 1905 for the West Virginia Spruce Lumber Co.’s Greenbrier & Elk River R.R. and is the oldest a... (more)
The 3 truck Heisler # 6 of the Cass Scenic Railroad in the woods of West Virginia.
"Logging Legends of West Virginia" - Seeing 5 operational steam locomotives, fired up all at the same time is not commonplace in modern railroading, and is quite the feat. Out of the 5 i... (more)
Mower Lumber Co. 4 passes some the company houses in town.
Mower Lumber Co. 4 passes a pickup carrying some fresh Mower Lumber Co. boards in the back.
Mower Lumber Co. 4, with Camp Car 419 in tow, passes an employee of the Pocahontas Supply Co. with some fresh Mower Lumber Co. 2x6 boards who's take a moment to admire the shay as it gets ready to... (more)
Bringing a new meaning to the term "Drag Race," Moore-Keppel & Co. 9 & Mower Lumber Co. 4 race each other out of town.
After taking on water, Moore-Keppel & Co. 9 backs up to pick up the log train for the morning photos.
Some Mower Lumber Company employees staying warm by the fire before calling it a night. This night session was also the the debut of Mower Lumber Co. Camp Car 419.
Mower Lumber Company 4 climbs the 11% grade on the final approach to Bald Knob.
Shay 4, disguised to look like Mower Lumber Co. 4, performs the first runby at the emergency water tank.