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Every now and then someone is so exceptional at what they do that it bears acknowledging. Yesterday's ride up to Bald Knob with Josh as our conductor, commentator and host, was one such experience. The scenery, the train, the time was all special. But the...More
This was an incredible way to spend the day. The train ride to and from Bald knob is long, but we’ll worth it. The scenery is stunning and our conductor, Josh, was entertaining and incredibly knowledgeable about the trains, the trip, and the area. He...More
We stayed in one of the company houses in June and had a great time! We enjoyed riding the train, going to the museum and film, shopping in the company store and artisan center. And from here we saw other local sights like the Greenbank...More
I booked several days in advance and at that time only Car A was available. That is the first car and it is very loud since you are directly behind the steam engine. When we showed up, several other cars had opened up and been...More
My mom and I went to Cass for the first time in 15 years. The last time we were there, we rode the Whitaker train. This time we road to Bald Knob. It was totally worth it! The weather was prefect, the staff was very...More
If you love old trains, mountains, and train smoke, this stop is a must. Gift shop "the last stop" is a real treat. We were here to bicycle on The Greenbriar River Trail and Cass is the Northern terminus for this 80 mile bike rail/trail.
This was the main attraction for a group ride of our motorcycle club. Along with the Durbin Rocket (a gem NOT to be missed, a short drive away!) this was the highlight of an avid railfan. I've always liked the Shay, and to be able...More
If you are a steam train fan like I am, then this is a great trip for you to take.. The Shay locomotive pulls or pushes your car up an incline of up to a 12% grade. There are several opportunities to photograph the engine...More
I've been going to Cass Railroad ever since I was around 10 years old with my family. Once I got a family of my own, my wife and I started taking our three girls. Last year we took our grandson for the first time on...More