The Heisler sits by the depot during Saturday's night photo session as part of The Mountain State Railroad & Logging Historical Association's annual Railfan Weekend.
CSRR Heisler #6 poses for the night photo session during Cass Railfan Weekend. Sponsored by MSR&LHA.
"Big Six" leads the annual Railfan Weekend locomotive race at the Cass depot.
Cass Scenic Heisler 6 was the standout attraction at Railfan Weekend 2014. Here it teams up with Shays 4, 5, 6, and 11 during a smoke-filled photo run at the Cass depot. Note also Cass Shay 3 ... (more)
Cass Scenic Railroad Heisler No. 6 leads Shays 6, 5, 11 and 4 as they perform an impressive runby during the 2014 Cass Railfan Weekend.
Western Maryland Shay 6 was the largest and last shay ever built by Lima, she is now in service on the Cass Scenic Railroad after being restored to operation in 1981
Winterized and undergoing routine maintenance during the 2013-2014 off season, CSRR No. 6, the only Heisler three truck locomotive among the fleet of Shays is illuminated by the Cass Shop and its ... (more)
On a Summer afternoon, Cass' Shay 6 heads back down the mountain to the town.
Cass Scenic Railroad's Shay #5 drops down back towards Cass proper, crossing Leatherbark Creek just north of the shops.
Sitting under a night sky at Whittaker, a homemade creation; the Meadow River Lumber Company Skidder. Built in 1944, this skidder was used to pull logs up the mountain until 1966.
Breaking the silence of the mountains in Cass, WV, one of Cass Scenic Railroad's Shay locomotive navigates through the mountains with the whistle screaming. As the train slows down, Danny prepares... (more)
Local lore says that if you drink the water of the Leatherbark that you'll never leave Cass... It seems to be so!