Shay 11 and Western Maryland Big 6 spotted near the Cass Depot for the second night photo session of the 2012 Cass Railfan Weekend. An MSRLHA event.
CASS-HOME OF THE SHAYS. Shay #6 ( The last Shay ever built ) and Shay #11 ( Former Feather River #3 ) are standing by at the station awaiting for the evenings events.
Double header action at Cass. Whenever the projected passenger count dictates that more than 5 cars are required, the folks at Cass Scenic Railroad typically elect to add a pusher engine. Here, Sh... (more)
Note:You do not get the full effect from the thumbnail. On this gloomy and cold day Shay #11 doubleheads with Shay #4 for the last trip to Bald Knob of the 2007 season.
Shay #11 sit's at Oat's Run watering hole to take on water via a siphon..
A look at Cass Scenic Rialroad Shay's #4 and #11 from across the Greenbrier river.
The morning light shines on Cass Scenic Railroad Shay #11.
Cass Scenic Railroad Shay #4 has connected to Shay #11 and the departure from Cass to Bald Knob is only seconds away.
Veteran Cass Scenic Railroad engineer Danny Seldomridge backs Cass Scenic Railroad #11 down the mountain with a sold out train.
Shay #11 travels through the S-curve near Spruce. Note the snow, this photo was taken on May 19th the weather in the mountains is always unpredictable.