Cass is an unincorporated community in Pocahontas County, West Virginia on the Greenbrier River.
The town was founded in 1901 as a company town for those who worked for West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company logging the nearby mountains. Currently most of the town is owned by the state of West Virgina and is part of the Cass Scenic Railroad State Park.
Web Sites and Links
Cass Scenic Railroad State ParkOffers excursions on steam-driven locomotives and cottage rentals. Includes history of the town, train routes, departure schedules, dinner trains, FAQs, rates, reservations, map and contact information.