Cass Scenic Railroad's Greenbrier & Elk River Shay 11 slowly leads a freight along the Greenbrier River on its way to Durbin during Cass Rail Heritage Photography Weekend.
Cass Scenic Railroad's Greenbrier & Elk River Shay 11 moves some freight past a farmer with his classic Farmall Tractor on its way to Durbin during Cass Rail Heritage Photography Weekend.
Cass Scenic Railroad's Moore Keppel & Co Climax gets some TLC at the Cass Shop. Participants in the Cass Rail Heritage Photography Weekend got a tour of the shop as part of the weekend.
"I don't get no respect". Maybe we should call this one Rodney.
With the recent announcement that the rebuilding had finally been completed and the line reconnected, there is no longer a need to keep the outlying crew and train at Durbin. This means that Heisl... (more)
Fall is in the air(and on the ground, in the creeks) as the Bald Knob excursion returns to Cass.
Fall colors came early to WV this year. Today's Durbin Rocket returns to the depot to drop its passengers off, filling the river valley with coal smoke.
Cass Scenic Railroad's Shays staged for the Parade of Steam
Cass Scenic Railroad shay #11 posed next to the iconic water tower for a night photo session.
Shay #2 and Shay #11 are pared up as part of the 3rd annual Parade of Steam event at Cass Scenic Railroad.
Cass Scenic Railroad's Moore Keppel & Co. Climax number 9 with Ross Harrison at the helm preparing to make another run by pass at the Parade of Steam.
The crew at Cass and Durbin treated the fans to a great time for the Heritage Weekend 2021. Churning uphill, number 5 slides through a snakey S-curve.
A track worker pauses in Cass along the Greenbrier Line