Organizational pride reflected in the bright paint of their shop switcher.
GCRY 1105 pulling the Cataract Creek Rambler, a 45 minute trip out of Williams that was ran in celebration of National Train Day. Originally was supposed to be pulled by FPA-4 6793 but they couldn... (more)
GCRY 237 pulling the daily trip to the Grand Canyon
The northbound Williams Flyer rounds the curve on the east leg of the wye in Williams on its way to the Grand Canyon.
One of the Grand Canyon Railway's steam excursions passes the railway's retired Alco locomotives as it arrives in Williams.
The Canyon Limited waits to depart Williams on this warm May morning. GCRY 2-8-0 29 can be seen in front of the depot in a state of semi-retirement.
End of the day at Williams is only a few miles away as the southbound afternoon train from Grand Canyon rolls downgrade through a sag and into a curve with seven Harriman "Subs" and an observation... (more)
The DPUs of an eastbound 10,000 foot stack train pushes over Route 66 on the famous ATSF bridge in Williams, AZ.
Santa Fe caboose 999727 is on display at the Grand Canyon Railroad station in Williams, Arizona. The beautifully restored caboose looks like it is fresh from the factory. A reminder of an era when... (more)
A BNSF westbound stack train climbs towards Bootlegger Crossing, with the San Francisco Mountains in the background
A BNSF westbound stack train at Bootlegger Crossing, Garland Prairie Road near Williams Junction being passed by another westbound stacker.
A BNSF westbound stack train at Bootlegger Crossing, garland Prairie Road near Williams junction.
Grand Canyon has an A-B-A set of FPA-4's stored on the north side of Williams. Victims of the new F40FH's. They still look wonderful in the evening light!
The Southbound Williams Flyer has arrived at Williams. After backing into the station it unloads its passengers.
The daily 09h30 departure for Grand Canyon village bask under the morning sun. The train will follow (and overtake) the double-header steam operated pulled by Grand Canyon 4960 and ATSF 3751.