Two Amtrak alumni begin the return trip to Wiliams, after treating guests to a visit to the Grand Canyon.
Grand Canyon Railway steam engine 2-8-2 "Mikado" #4960 is seen charging through Coconino Canyon on a beautiful winter day. A great Lerro Productions Charter.
Both Grand Canyon Railway steamers 2-8-0 #29 and 2-8-2 #4960 are pulling a consist of 8 heavy Harriman commuter cars, with a deafening roar and a nice plume in the Coconino Canyon. A great Lerro P... (more)
In the beautiful evening light, after a cloudy day, Grand Canyon Railway's steam locomotive 2-8-0 Consolidation #29 is blowing down just before performing sunset runbys. A great Lerro Productions ... (more)
Under clearing skies, Grand Canyon Railway's steam locomotive 2-8-0 Consolidation #29 charges through Coconino Canyon towards Williams, AZ. A great Lerro Productions charter.
Grand Canyon Railway 8-car passenger train with both steam engines 2-8-0 #29 and 2-8-2 #4960 leaving a nice plume in the Coconino Canyon. Photo charter by Lerro Productions.
GCRY #29 departs the Grand Canyon Village for the 65 mile trip back to Williams, AZ
GCRY #29 crosses Rowe Well Rd just a couple miles out of the Grand Canyon.
The train departs the Grand Canyon Depot right on time at 3:30pm.
Grand Canyon Railway #239 and sister are ready to depart to Williams, AZ.
Grand Canyon train rests at the old Santa Fe depot at Grand Canyon Village while tourists enjoy the splendor of the Grand Canyon.
While the rest of the Trip is off shooting the Canyon, I stumble over to the depot to grab a shot of the train. Unfortunatly, the snow has already been disturbed by vehicle and foot traffic, but... (more)
One of the Grand Canyons new F40s. I would have rather seen steam this day, but was in the wrong place at the wrong time. I'll take what I can get!