Shay 4 sits in the shop at Cass on a very cold night. Photo taken with permission.
In storage for the winter off season, Shay No. 4 and her siblings will undergo minor repairs and servicing in the Cass Shop in preparations for the opening of the 2013 season in May. 2013 marks th... (more)
One of Cass' Shays sits in the shops in the off-season. Shay 4's number on the front is seen above in the image. Thanks to all who made this shot possible. *Photo taken with permission.
Cass Scenic Railroad Shay #4, lettered for the Mower Lumber Co., leads a short freight past the company houses on Front Street during a foggy summer morning.
Typical morning at Cass.
Shay 4 surmounts the 9% grade into Whittaker.
Shay 4 performs runbys alongside Leatherbark Creek.
Railroading in Appalachia..
Briefly pausing just south of the water tank, Shay 4 leads a log train in the mountains of Appalachia. Shay 4 will provide power to our photo freight today, as far as of the MSRLHA Cass Railfan We... (more)
Shay 4 works the light grade up the Leatherbark Creek valley about a half mile after leaving Cass in the pouring rain. The 4 is a 70-ton model Shay built in 1922 and came to Cass around 1940 where... (more)
Shay 4 basks in the afternoon sun near the Cass Shops.
With cylinder cocks blowing steam, Cass Scenic Railroad's Shay #4 and #5 depart Cass for the trip to Bald Knob.
Cass Scenic Railroad's Shay #4 and #5 prepare to pass through limestone cut.
Window into the past! Former Mower Lumber Co. Shay 4 is seen pulling a log train up the hill from this view out of the former Elk River Coal and Lumber Co. bobber caboose window.