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9 (6)70-3Climax3Tr4'-8½"CSRR (Middle Fork RR) Cass Scenic Railroad State Park, Cass, WVoperationalClimax #1551, 1919 Restored to operation in September 2019. Only operating Climax3Tr type in the USA.
6162 tonShay3Tr4'-8½"CSRR (WM) Cass Scenic Railroad State Park, Cass, WVoperationalLima #3354, 05/1945Nicknamed Big 6. Acquired from the B&O Railroad Museum in trade for GC&E Shay 1 in 1980. Restored to operation in May 1981. Taken out of service in October 2018. Returned to operation on September 3, 2023. Largest surviving Shay.
2 (4)98 tonShay3Tr4'-8½"CSRR (Mayo Lumber Co) Cass Scenic Railroad State Park, Cass, WVoperationalLima #3320, 1928
11 (3)116 tonShay3Tr4'-8½"CSRR (Feather River) Cass Scenic Railroad State Park, Cass, WVoperationalLima #3221, 1923
4 (5)80 tonShay3Tr4'-8½"CSRR (Mower Lumber Co) Cass Scenic Railroad State Park, Cass, WVoperationalLima #3189, 12/1922
590 tonShay3Tr4'-8½"CSRR (Greenbrier & Elk River) Cass Scenic Railroad State Park, Cass, WVoperationalLima #1503, 11/1905Official state steam locomotive of West Virginia. Oldest operating Shay.
7470 (47)O-18a0-6-04'-8½"CSRR (CNR) Conway Scenic Railroad, North Conway, NHoperationalGTR, 1921 Received tubes from MEC 501.
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