On a rare sunny day at Cass, the Bald Knob excursion prepares to depart the Cass depot for the shops to be put away for the day. Shay #2 is only on its 4th run, as it was just recently restored af... (more)
Cass Heisler No. 6 deadheads to the Cass Shop after double-heading the 9-car Bald Knob Train hours before. Visitors who rode or recorded Cass Scenic Railroad trains on Sep. 19-20 were treated to a... (more)
Descending the grade on the heels of the Bald Knob train, Heisler No. 6 returns to Cass after double heading Saturday's 9-car train to the top of the mountain.
Cass Heisler No. 6 and Western Maryland Shay 6 double head Saturday's 9-car train to Bald Knob.
Western Maryland "Big 6" and a sold out autumn excursion climb the 11% grade into the Bald Knob overlook, the second highest point in West Virginia at 4,843 feet. Fall colors during the 2011 seaso... (more)
As 2011 fall colors approach their peak, the afternoon Bald Knob Train from Cass arrives at Bald Knob at an approximate elevation of 4,843 ft. Western Maryland "Big 6" and its consist of seven car... (more)
With nearly 400 passengers on board, Western Maryland Big 6 and Shay 11 double head up the mountain near the town of Spruce. Colors above Whittaker are at their peak, but not for long, in an area ... (more)
Arriving at Bald Knob, Western Maryland 6 has successfully pulled a loaded train up the 11% grades of the Cass Scenic Railroad. Despite the early fall, colors are incredible this year.
Lunch time at Bald Knob.. The 12pm train has successfully made it to Bald Knob on a beautiful summer afternoon.
Making our way back down the mountain at 8MPH, WM 6 passes Lower Gum while a teenage girl enjoys the sights of beautiful Appalachia.
Stopped at Whittaker, WM 6 unloads passengers for a quick bathroom break.
With nearly a half a dozen passenger cars in tow with tourists, Western Maryland 6 makes her way up switchbacks of the Cass Scenic Railroad.
Steam meet's speeder's! Photo taken during a Motorcar excursion by Appalachian Rail Excursion's.
shay #2 waiting at Cass depot for the passenger cars and shay #11 to come from the shops. They will push the train up the hill to avoid getting coal cinders on everybody
shays 2 and 11 work hard to push the train up the mountain