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
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)
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.
As part of the weekend photo charter event, Cass Scenic Railroad Shay #4 is passing the emergency water tank on the way to Bald Knob.
Cass Scenic Railroad's Bald Knob train returns through the Cass Shops as Shay 4, Climax 9, and Shay 5 all rest for the evening.
Shay 4 takes on water at the Cass water tower before beginning the "Parade of Steam" at the Cass Scenic Railroad
Cass Shay 4 poses in front of the company town with a Barnhart loader and some log cars during the 1981 Cass Railfan Weekend.
Cass Scenic Railroad Shays Nos. 4 and 5 pose alongside one another at the wye track below Bald Knob during a special photo event on April 29, 2017.
The Durbin & Greenbrier Valley's Cass Scenic Railroad Bald Knob train ascends Cass Hill with Shay No. 4 pushing the train.
With the MSR&LHA railfan weekend just a memory, it's fun to look back on this May tradition of coming together to enjoy steam mountain railroading that lasted over half a century.
Shay #4, temporarily re-lettered for the Mower Lumber Company, rounds the curve at the bottom of the Whittaker S Curve during the 2014 Cass Photography Workshop hosted by Walter Scriptunas II and ... (more)