Another picture Cass Scenic Railroad #11 coming around the curve near the water tower, eager to pick up some coal before its first run of the day. Comes from about 15-20 seconds later in the image sequence than the first shot I posted. Weighing in at a whopping 103 tons, CSRR #6 is the only larger Shay in Cass. Actually, as best I can tell from research, CSRR #11 is the second largest surviving Shay still in operation, period.
1923: Built as an oil burner and sold as Hutchinson Lumber Company #3
1927: Became Feather River Pine Mills #3
1967: Acquired by Pacific Southwest Railway Museum
1998: Acquired by Cass and renumbered to #11 to avoid confusion
2001: Converted to burn coal