Led by Citirail ES44AC # 1417, BNSF C44-9W # 4577 and # 4820, a westbound doublestack is following its way through Crozier Canyon, seen from the south rim.
A fun mix of GE and EMD power lead a Santa Fe freight east through Cosnino, Arizona on April 3, 1989.
A trio of Santa Fe 'Super Fleet' GP60Ms lead a hot intermodal train west through Cosnino, Arizona on Sept. 30, 1990.
As the morning sun finally rises over the rock formations at Hackberry, Arizona, a pair of BNSF ES44C4s make track speed as they down grade towards Kingman on a 21 degree morning in Arizona's high... (more)
A lash up of seven blue and yellow Santa Fe units struggle upgrade through Arizona's Coconino National Forest east of Flagstaff on April 2, 1989.
Santa Fe 5354 knocks down ABS 3333 at Cosnino, Arizona on Sept. 27, 1990.
The daily GCR train leaves for the Grand Canyon.
A westbound BNSF doublestack in Crozier Canyon with ES44C4 # 6717, ES44C4 # 8184, ES44DC # 7340 and ES44DC # 7303.
An eastbound BNSF doublestack in Crozier Canyon with ES44C4 # 6929, ES44DC # 7345, ES44DC # 7318 and ES44C4 # 8269
Train of the Grand Canyon Railway, departing from Williams to the South Rim, with F40PH # 295, built in 1979 for Amtrak and acquired by GCR in 2003.
The not operational 2-8-2 "Mikado" # 539 of the Grand Canyon Railway, as display on the platform in Williams with a Christmas wreath on the smokebox. The locomotive was built in 1917 by ALCO for t... (more)
A quartet of EMD and GE units pull a Santa Fe mixed freight across the 544 ft. Canyon Diablo bridge on Oct. 1, 1988.
A quartet of Kodachome painted EMDs (and a single Bluebonnet) lead a westbound Santa Fe mixed freight through Darling, Arizona on March 31, 1989.
A Santa Fe SD45, GP60, SD45B, and SD40-2 lead an eastbound piggyback train through Cosnino, Arizona on April 1, 1989.
With ease, BNSF 7886 hustles 5700 feet of double stacks and trailers over the Arizona Divide as it the sounds of GE engineering roar with life.