High in the Allegheny Mountains lies a tiny town that you can visit to take a step away from modern rush and back in time. Cass, West Virginia, population approximately 50, holds a special place in the state and region: it has survived almost untouched from its first days as an early twentieth-century logging town. Today, this town, with its excellently preserved company store, rows of company houses, and original Shay steam locomotives, transports visitors back to those timber boom days.
Visit Cass, West Virginia, for a journey up the mountain and back in time that you’ll never forget! To learn more and plan a trip, visit the West Virginia State Parks website here. For a more detailed glimpse of a Cass Scenic Railroad train ride adventure up Bald Knob, check out this article.
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