Two railway timeless beauties of the Grand Canyon Railway! The southbound "Grand Canyon Limited", pulled by the Montreal Locomotive Works FPA-4 (Alco Design) instead of the F40 locomotiv... (more)
The southbound "Grand Canyon Limited", pulled by the Montreal Locomotive Works FPA-4 (Alco Design) instead of the F40 locomotives (per request of Lerro Productions for a two-day steam ph... (more)
On a rare occasion, the Grand Canyon Railway will run their Alcos locomotives on their trains to the Grand Canyon. Per the request of a photo charter happening on the line, the Alcos pulled the Ca... (more)
Grand Canyon FPA-4 6793, called into action on the second train with two of the F40's down, leads it's train up the wye near Maswik Station.
With two of the GCRY's F40's down for the count, two of GCRY's venerable MLW FPA-4's are used on the second Williams Flyer of the day. Here, GCRY 6793 is seen smoking it up around the curve at Pro... (more)
On March 14, 2002, the Grand Canyon Railway train has arrived at the South Rim of the Grand Canyon in Arizona. The passenger train is led by a matched set of Alco-designed Montreal Locomotive Work... (more)
GCW Alco no. 6793 gets tape removed after receiving brand new glass.
GCW Alco no. 6793 idles while waiting for its steam engine lead unit for the days trip up north to the Grand Canyon.
GCRY 6793 @ Williams, AZ.