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Shay  No. 7 and 4 at Whittaker Station. Cass Scenic R.R.; Cass, W.V.
From Austin J. Sharp, Huntersville, West Virginia.  'Made on Little River which commonly known as the East Fork of Greenbrier River, Pocahontas County, West Virginia.'
Whitmer Lane Boom and Lumber Company. From Marshall Blizzard, Bayard, West Virginia.
Looking toward Spruce with Shavers Fork on the left.  Left to Right 1. Page McCloud (killed 1/25/23 at Sugar Grove), 2. not identified, 3. not identified, 4. not identified, 5. Piney Williams, Engineer, 6. Fireman; Ready to head down the steep mountain to Cass, Shay no. 11 and crew pause at Spruce water tower in 1916.  This engine was the biggest engine on the R.R. until the purchase of # 12 in 1921.
"Doc" Hannah on first speeder; Blackhurst; Long before cycling grew to widespread popularity, company officials and doctors used 'speeders' in conducting business.  They were also handy means of seeing the wonderful mountain scenery on Cheat Mountain. Hannah, Va.
Cheat Mountain Cass, West Virginia; Standing:  Sam Harman, Cook; looking toward camera:  Alfred Higgins; first on left:  Russell "Poppy" Taylor; seventh on left: Howard Barb; third on right: Lester Hevaner
GC and E Leatherwood Creek branch; front:  Adam J. Hamrick; rear: Judd Wolfram, Webster Co. Extension Agent; note wall built to support railroad; note, also, sway in tracks just to rear of speeders.
Cass, W.V.; Harry Sturm (Upshur County Extension Agent) and Judd Wolfram (Webster County Extension Agent); boys not identified; Gordon Hamrick.
O. M. Wilson, 6th from left in front row, with mustache; Marty P. Helmick 2nd from left, front row; Harman Kelly 1st on left, last row.  Identified by Lewis Kelly; O. Homer Floyd Fansler, Hendricks, W.V.
From left to right: 'Police Chief John Lewis, William Musgrave, Bill Hughes, Bennie Palmer, George Katchur, Robert West'.
Train moving along tracks.
Engine parked in shop.
Derelict locomotives at Cass Yard, Cass, W.V.
This was the first Mallet locomotive to come up the C and O Greenbrier Division; Notice the carbon arc light with globe suspended above pole behind engine cab. This picture was taken several years after the first run was made in 1905.
Train on tracks. From the collection of Harold K. Vollrath, Shawnee-Mission, Kansas.
Starting up Shavers Fork (Shay in woods at end of tracks); Walter Good 'Bluejay' Tumblin on flatcar (maybe not Walter Good - maybe Barney Showalter); D.D. Brown Collection.
P.E. Percy, Lima Locomotive Works.
Engine hauling cars on the Cass Scenic Railroad.
West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company Engine No. 2
Possibly Herb Shafer in cabin doorway; from collection of Phillip Bagdon 7918 New Orleans Drive Alexandria VA  22308
Tucker County, West Virginia.  Original source Homer Floyd Fansler, Hendricks, West Virginia
Original Source:  Homer Floyd Fansler, Hendricks, West Virginia
Original source:  Homer Floyd Fansler, Hendricks, West Virginia
Original source:  Homer Floyd Fansler, Hendricks, West Virginia
Original source:  Homer Floyd Fansler, Hendricks, West Virginia
From Austin J. Sharpe, Huntersville, W.V., Cheat Mt., Spruce, W.Va., Pocahontas, County, W.Va.; Camp operated by the Spruce Lumber Co., Cass, W.Va.
Group portrait of logging crew in woods. From Marshall Blizzard, Bayard, W.Va.
Made on Cheat Mountain, Pocahontas County, WV, which was operated by the Spruce Lumber Company, at Cass, WV. From Austin J. Sharp, Huntersville, W.V.
From Marshall Blizzard, Bayard, WV
From Mr. Melvin Heath, Davis, W. Va. Nov 1957
From Marshall Blizzard, Bayard, W. Va.
From Austin J. Sharpe, Huntersville, W.Va. Hambleton, Randolph County, W.Va.
From Marshall Blizzard, Bayard, W.Va. July 1903
From Austin J. Sharp, Huntersville, W.Va. "Made on Little River, which is near Bartow, and is commonly known as the east prong of Greenbrier River all of which lays in Pocahontas County, W.Va."
Portrait of Lumber Workers on and beside a train. On Train-L-R 1.- 2.- On Ground-L-R 1. Ernest C. Sine 2.- 3.-; O. Homer Floyd Fansler, Hendricks, W.Va.
Cass, WV; Looking from railhead; D.D. Brown Collection
Willdell, W.Va. 1911; Source of original: Earl Whitlach, Mill Creek, W.Va.
O. Homer, Floyd Fansler, Hendricks, W.Va.
Track of Logs through the forest. O. Homer Floyd Fansler, Hendricks, W.Va.
Portrait of two men in the forest with a horse pulling their cart along tracks.
Near Camp 24 on Cheat Mountain, Cass, W. Va.  Grover and Saul Starcher; Horse teams in woods.  In the glory years of logging on Cheat Mountain, 125 teams of horses were used to bring logs down to the landings where they were loaded onto flat cars for the trip to Cass.  Credit P.V. Bagdon Collection
From Austin J. Sharp, Huntersville, W.Va. May, Pocahontas County, W.Va.
O. Homer Floyd Fansler, Hendricks, W.Va.
Cass, W.Va.  Pulp and Paper Co. Engine No. 2; Engineer Lewis Collins sitting on stump.  Note the size of timber that was cut from pulpwood.; A.F. Burrell, Box 207, Cowen, WV
Lumber train on tracks moving through heavily lumbered area. <br />
Cut trees in a forest.
Near Davis, Tucker Co.-- Geological Survey.
The 'Lucy Belle' named after the engineer's girl.  On Hill's Creek near Lobelia, Pocahontas Co., WV.