The silence of Grand Canyon National Park's dense forest is broken as the sharp barks of steam locomotive stacks fill the air. On the point of this morning's 13-car, Train No. 2 is GCRY 29 and 496... (more)
Grand Canyon Railway's steam locomotives #29 and #4960 tagged up together to provide one of the best railroading excursions this year. Here, GCRY 29 pumps out a lot of smoke as it leaves Quivero a... (more)
To celebrate the 100th anniversary of the National Park Services across the United States, the Grand Canyon Railway ran both of their steam engines, double headed, to Grand Canyon National Park, o... (more)
After picking up the train robbers, GCRY's two operational steam locomotives bring the 13 car train from a dead stop on the grade at Quivero on the final stretch of the southbound trip to Williams... (more)
GCRY 29 rolls south near Anita, on what could be called it's fourth "rebirth". After a long career on the LS&I in Michigan, 29 wound up in Williams beginning operations in 1990. Being on... (more)
Today's the day GCR 29 pulls a train for the first time in 8 years.
Grand Canyon Railway's newest member to the active roster is locomotive #29. GCRY 29, a 2-8-0 steam locomotive, makes its first southbound run on the Williams Flyer train; returning its passengers... (more)
Buffalo Creek & Gauley #4 westbound and Swandale, WV in Sept 1963.
Having just departed Bryson City, 1702 struggles on the slick rails departing town. Two diesels are also giving a push on the rear of this weekend gorge excursion train.
Fog begins to build along the Nantahala river as 1702 steams westbound through the gorge with the daily gorge train. Rafters from the Nantahala Outdoor Center enjoy the rapids created by the dail... (more)
USAX 607 on display at United States Army Transportation Museum, Fort Eustis, VA.
The Great Smoky Mountains Railroad No. 1702 during the engine's first excursion since its $750,000 restoration. The locomotive was welcomed with warm smiles and southern hospitality as it pulled i... (more)
Back in active duty again and looking good as it leads a tourist train out to Nantahala Gorge and here crossing the Tuckasegee River.