After a trip to Perkinsille and return, the Verde Canyon Railroad's pair of 1953 former Alaska Railroad FP7s are running around the train at their Clarkdale depot.
A Santa Fe Local on the Clarkdale Branch Horse shoe curve. This is now the Verde Canyon Railway. This photo was taken from my friend Dons Airplane
A local Is on The Santa Fe Clarkdale Branch. This Line is Now the Verde canyon Railway. Photo taken from my friend Dons Airplane
A Santa Fe local on the Clarkdale Branch. This remote Brach Is now the Verde Canyon Railway. Much of this Beautiful line Can Only Be reached By riding the Train or By Air. I got many Shots of it... (more)
A local on the Santa Fe Clarkdale branch exits a tunnel on a very tight curve/ This is now the Verde canyon railway. Taken from our family friends airplane
Eagle Power: On a gloomy desert day, Arizona Central's creatively painted F units brighten up the day. Business is good for this Arizona shortline, and their freight power rests in the yard... (more)
This Is the Former Santa Fe Clarkdale Branch. It is now the Verde canyon railway. Back In December 1988 Santa Fe still owned this line and ran a local to Clarkdale to switch a plant. Our family f... (more)
Arizona Central power rests in Clarkdale, AZ.
Verde Canyon train begins trip through Sycamore Canyon.
The Verde Canyon excursion train has just returned to the Clarkdale station. The power is en route back to the engine house.
Two eagle adorned FP7s lead the Verde Canyon Railroad's excursion train back into Clarkdale.
The Verde Canyon's two FP7s are seen in Clarkdale, AZ
The Verde Canyoon's FP7s run around their train in Clarkdale.
The Verde Canyon Railroad Fs run around their train at the depot in Clarkdale.