Top Ten of 2017. With 2017 in the books, here's a look back at my Top 10 favorite shots from the past year.2. The longest trip of the year was a week-long February vacatio... (more)
When you walk up next to a full-sized steam locomotive, it's it's almost always something that towers over you. Now remembering how impressive that sight was for you, imagine the somewhat odd awe ... (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)
Grand Canyon Railway 4960 and 237 work hard to pull their long train upgrade through the curves of Coconino Canyon. The train has recently departed the Grand Canyon and is working it's way back s... (more)
Grand Canyon Railway #4960 snakes through Coconino Canyon in a way no diesel could. Steam returns to the Canyon again, September 17th, 2011 before the 1472 rebuild which will see the former CB&Q ... (more)
Grand Canyon Railway #4960, ex-CB&Q, rounds a bend through a rock cut within Coconino Canyon. A Lerro Productions charter.
True to her heritage, former CB&Q #4960 truly has been "Everywhere West". Seen here on plying former AT&SF rails working for the Grand Canyon Railway. Part of Lerro Productions charter because, y... (more)
Through The Pines. On the way home from the South Rim, 4960 twists and turns through the scrub pines and rock cuts of Coconino Canyon.
Twisting And Turning. Returning home from the South Rim, GCRY 4960 comes out of one curve and leans into another one in Coconino Canyon.
Through The Pines. North of Willaha siding, the flat desert that surrounds the southern end of the GCRY slowly gives way to rolling, pine-forested hills. Nearing The Hole, the hill... (more)
Rock Cut. A trip that began in the desert, ended in pine-covered mountains. South of Willaha, the terrain is pretty flat, but here in Coconino Canyon its anything but flat as #496... (more)
Through The Pines. Rounding the wide curve just below milepost 56, GCRY 4960 heads through Coconino Canyon, headed for the Grand Canyon, which lies just 7 track miles ahead.