2016 marked the end of an era for the Ringling Brothers & Barnum & Bailey circus and its elephants-by-rail. The elephants were removed from the circus and the company's stock cars were repositione... (more)
It's not everyday you watch a steam locomotive take the backroads of West Virginia to reposition itself for a series of new excursions. That's exactly what happened with the Durbin & Greenbrier Va... (more)
Cass Scenic's Heisler No. 6 smokes around a curve near the Cass interchange on the West Virginia Central's ex-Western Maryland during the annual Railfan Weekend.
Cass Scenic's Heisler No. 6 crosses the Shavers Fork with a freight train on the West Virginia Central's ex-Western Maryland during the annual Railfan Weekend.
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.
Cass Heisler #6 moves freight around the sweeping curve during the Cass Railman Weekend
Heisler No. 6 sits under a crystal clear, night sky at Cheat Bridge, WV during an overnight layover that was part of the Mountain State Railroad & Logging Historical Association's Cass Railfan Wee... (more)
Night Time At Cass WV. Western Maryland Shay 6 Gets ready for a tank of water while shay 4 pauses on the other side.
Heisler 6 was doing a runny at Spruce when I caught this image of the engineer watching the line ahead and the fireman was shoveling another scoop of coal into the firebox. Notice the glow of the ... (more)
Steam returns to Shavers Fork of the Cheat Heisler No. 6 crosses the Shavers Fork of the Cheat River at Bridge No. 77, south of Cheat Bridge during a photo freight sponsored by Cass Railfan... (more)
W.T. Smith Lumber Co. Heisler No. 10.
This 2-Truck Heisler was built in 1918 by Heisler Locomotive Works in Erie, PA for the W.T. Smith Lumber Co. #10 at Chapman, AL. Later it saw ser... (more)
James tends to Heisler No. 6 during Saturday evening's photo session at the water tower as part of the Cass Scenic Railroad's annual Fall Photography Workshop.
The safety valve lifts on Cass Scenic three-truck Heisler No. 6, which is under steam and being coaled up at the Cass shop.