Grand Canyon Railway's 239 leads the Thanksgiving Day train into the Grand Canyon Village.
The daily train to the South Rim of the Grand Canyon is seen awaiting passengers to board for the 3:30 return to Williams.
Although once one of the primary engines for the Grand Canyon Railway, the 6776 now sits in retirement at the depot at Grand Canyon Village. Having suffered a mechanical failure, the railway opted... (more)
They Just Look Right: There is just something that looks right about an F40 on the point of a passenger train. These stocky looking units were a staple of Amtrak for years, and still for ma... (more)
Stuffed and Mounted: Unfortunately, with the Grand Canyon Ry having purchased several EMD F40's for power, the MLW cab units that once ruled the roost have gone by the wayside. A couple FPA... (more)
Last call at the canyon. After more than 15 years in intermittent service, Grand Canyon Railway Consolidation #29 makes her last call at the Grand Canyon Village Depot on October 26th, 2019... (more)
The GCRY 29 and 4960 race south out of the Coconino National Forest and the South Rim of the Grand Canyon after a day of festivites for the 30th anniversary of the Grand Canyon Railway reviva. Als... (more)
Under clear blue skies, the GCRY 29 & 4960 sit and rest at the South Rim Depot as they await thier 3:30 depature from the Grand Canyon back toward the town of Williams.
The BNSF Railway Business Car #35 the "Canyon View". For the 100th anniversary of the Grand Canyon becoming a National Park and the 30th anniversary of the Grand Canyon Railway. BNSF bro... (more)
Having just left the South Rim, GCRY #29 leads the Steam Double header back towards the Williams, AZ.
The first train of the afternoon to depart the Grand Canyon Village gets underway on the Grand Canyon Railway, with two F40's to pull the train south to Williams.
After the first train departed the South Rim Village station, Grand Canyon Railway train two has been positioned at the platform for boarding and an on time departure at 4:30 PM.
With two F40's on the point, the second daily Grand Canyon Railway train departs the South Rim village of the Grand Canyon for the trip south back to Williams.
Alco FPA-4 #6776 sits at the Grand Canyon Station at the South Rim welcoming visitors as they step off the train after a 2 hour train ride. The engine was moved to this location in 2016.
Two Amtrak alumni begin the return trip to Wiliams, after treating guests to a visit to the Grand Canyon.