Mower Lumber Company's Shay number 4 with the camp car on the way to one of the logging camps in the mountains.
Brakeman Dennis Wimer mans the hand brake as our train descends the steep grade from Whittaker Station back to the Cass Depot.
Cass Night Watch. A lone Shay locomotive stands by for late light switching duty on the platform at the old C&O Depot in Cass, WV. Mower Shay #4 is the duty locomotive this evening, and th... (more)
Cass Depot, ca 1948. With the day's operations shut down several hours ago and the locomotive fires banked, a couple of Mower Lumber Co. night hostlers chat on the empty platform of the old... (more)
Mower Lumber Co., Whittaker Camp. Mower Lumber Company employees return to their bunkhouse upon the completion of their shift, loading fresh timber onto log flats for transport down to the ... (more)
Pete Lerro and Lerro Photography held a charter at Cass Scenic Railroad on May 1st. Mower Lumber # 4 and Greenbrier & Elk River sit at the station waiting for their next assignment as fireworks l... (more)
Pete Lerro and Lerro Photography held a charter at Cass Scenic Railroad on May 1st. Mower Lumber # 4 pushes two log flats and a lumber jack up the hill
Pete Lerro and Lerro Photography held a charter at Cass Scenic Railroad on May 1st. Greenbrier & Elk River #5 eases its way over bridge number 3 with two gondola's in tow.
Pete Lerro and Lerro Photography held a charter at Cass Scenic Railroad on May 1st. Greenbrier & Elk River #5 and Mower Lumber # 4 sit at the Cass Station awaiting their next assignment.
Pete Lerro and Lerro Photography help a charter at Cass Scenic Railroad on May 1. Here Greenbrier & Elk Rover # 5 rolls through Shaffer Corner.
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
Shay # 11 of the Cass Scenic Railroad was built in 1923 for the Hutchinson Lumber Co.’s Oroville (Butte County), California, mill operation. Running for the CSRR since 1997.
Shay # 6 of the Cass Scenic Railroad, the last Shay and second largest Shay ever out-shopped by Lima in 1945, built for the Western Maryland Ry.
Shay power with # 6, # 11 and # 5 of the Cass Scenic Railroad.
Shay # 5 of the Cass Scenic Railroad with a log train on a rainy may day. The locomotive was built in 1905 for the West Virginia Spruce Lumber Co.’s Greenbrier & Elk River R.R. and is the oldest... (more)