Last week I posted about my recent trip to the Cass Scenic Railroad State Park in West Virginia. Today for Signs,Signs I'm posting some of the many signs we saw that weekend. This first one is the state park sign in the middle of town. With blogger's new photo viewing I hope you'll be able to click and enlarge these for the best viewing.This is the company store. Inside we enjoyed a snack after our train ride.Our first stop on the ride was at Whittaker Station. I actually took this shot coming back down the mountain. The black smoke you see is from the steam engine. I had taken this photo when we stopped to have a snack on the way up. In one of my earlier posts I mentioned this piece of equipment but thought I would post a better photo of it. The centerpiece of the Whittaker recreated logging camp is this Lidgerwood tower skidder, one of only two examples left in the world. These huge railcar-mounted machines carried logs out of the woods on aerial cables high in the air and for distances up to 3,000 feet. The train stopped at the Oats Run Waterhole to fill the steam engines with water.We are almost at the top of the mountain. The bend you see in the track will bring us to the end of the trail.Upon reaching the top of the mountain we will be at 4700 feet above sea level.