B&O Camel 305 on display at the "Birthplace of American Railroading," the Mount Clare depot and roundhouse in Baltimore, now home to the B&O Railroad Museum. No. 305 was severely damaged when the... (more)
Cass Scenic Shays 4 and 5 pose for photos alongside the coal dock. Lighting by MSRLHA/Steve Barry
The sound of a steam whistle brought the neighbors out to see "York" make her first run at her new Pennsylvania home. Here the gorgeous 4-4-0 stops traffic on Main Street. Coaches are on hand; r... (more)
Delivered from Illinois on May 21st, the brand-new Northern Central Railway 4-4-0 "York" makes her first run at New Freedom, Pennsylvania on May 22. The locomotive was built by the Kloke Locomoti... (more)
Shays 11 and 4 pose for night photos at the Cass Scenic shop. Lighting provided by the Mountain States Railroad & Logging Historical Association, which also sponsored Cass Railfan Weekend 2013. ... (more)
Five Shay locomotives (four of them hot) in the yard at Cass, West Virginia. John Denver must have been singing about Cass when he recorded "Country Roads." It is "almost heaven."
Three locomotives under steam at the Cass shop for Railfan Weekend. Engine No. 4 wears temporary "Cass, Greenbrier, Cheat & Bald Knob Scenic Railroad" lettering - the first name of the tourist op... (more)
Cass Scenic No. 5 poses for photos at the Cass Depot during the 50th Anniversary Railfan Weekend. Thanks to the Mountain States Railroad & Logging Historical Association for making this image pos... (more)
Cass Scenic No. 5 with Western Maryland "Big Six" at Railfan Weekend 2013, sponsored by the Mountain States Railroad & Logging Historical Association. This year marks the 50th anniversary of the ... (more)
Cass Scenic No. 4 (wearing "Cass, Greenbrier, Cheat, & Bald Knob Scenic Railroad" lettering in honor of the 50th anniversary of tourist line) poses for night photos with a log train in downtown Ca... (more)
"B&O 6641" (WVC) hauls a short freight during a photo special as part of the Cass 50th Anniversary weekend.
A pair of WM-painted F units reflected in a pond alongside the West Virginia Central main line, which is ex-Western Maryland.
Out of service since 1998, this logging 2-8-2 was moved outside for the night photo session held as part of National Train Day at LSRM.
CP 8806 kicks up dust passing over the fresh ballast between Midland and Kellogg, on the former Milwaukee Road main line to Chicago.
A road weary 9500-series AC4400 leads this westbound freight up the River Sub towards St. Paul.