Posing for a night photo shoot tease near the Cass Shops, CSRR 11 awaits a weekend of photo runbys for 2011 Cass Railfan Weekend.
Cass Train Crew member Bob Starks waits for Shay #11 to move the passenger train forward so he can align the switch for Big Six and the log train. A Carl Franz Photo Charter
Cass Scenic Shay # 11 spends a dreary spring day near the Cass Shops awaiting 2011 Cass Railfan Weekend.
With a combined 100,000 lbs of tractive effort, Shays 11 and 6 take the 10-car, Cass Railfan Weekend double-header across the first of two bridges over Leatherbark Creek. The train's destination... (more)
Cass Shay #11 and Western Maryland Big 6 pause at Oats Creek Tank to take on water before double-heading to Bald Knob. Back in the day, logging engines such as these often operated on temporary ... (more)
Shay #11 takes on water as Heisler #6 passes by on the mainline. Railfan Weekend 2010
Shays 11 & 6 pull the passenger train over the Leatherbark Creek Bridge. Railfan Weekend 2010
Cass Scenic Railroad Shay's 11 and 6 take on water before heading up the mountain to Spruce pulling the Chesapeake and Allegheny Live Steamers photo trip.
Cass Scenic Railroad's 103-ton Shay Number 11 whistles the Logging Road Crossing at MP 2.9 as she drifts downhill with a log train. Number 11 is a transplant to the Eastern United States, having ... (more)
Shay 11 heads out of the upper switchback as it approaches Whittaker Station.
Shay #11 reverses a train of log flats up the 6% grade between the 1st and 2nd switchbacks on Cass Hill under a threatening sky.
Shay #11 crossing over the culvert at Sugar Grove, about to tackle the 8.7% grade toward Whittaker Station
Cass Shay #11 rounds the hairpin at Sugar Grove and begins to tackle the 8.7% grade to Whittaker Station. Shay 11 is the former Feather River #3 and is the 2nd largest Shay at Cass, weighing in ... (more)
Fireman Amy polishing the number plate on Shay #11.
Carl Franz Photo Charter
Shay's 11 and 2 head toward the shops during the annual Shay Race, the winner, 11 had a top speed of 10 mph.