I raced up line to intercept the return trip of the Grand Canyon train. I made it with about 5 minutes to spare. They sure operate a beautiful train.
The Grand Canyon Railway steam doubleheader climbing out of Red Lake.
The Grand Canyon Railway steam doubleheader smokes it up a bit as it climbs out of Red Lake.
For the third year in a row, the Grand Canyon Railway hosted the "Man vs. Machine" race. The race is a battle between bicyclist and the Grand Canyon Railway's 2-8-2 steam engine #4960 in a 60 mile... (more)
As the sun continues to rise in the east, GCRY 4960 races north along Route 64 in Red Lake, AZ.
With his train well in hand, the engineer of GCRY 4960 briefly looks inside the cab at his steam pressure gauge before returning his gaze to the tracks ahead as Train No. 2 enters Red Lake.
Racing through the flat, straight stretch of track at Red Lake, GCRY 29 is framed between the spans of a barbed wire fence as it leads Train No. 3 under cloudy skies toward the Espee grade crossin... (more)
Racing south beneath a massive monsoon, the engineer of the GCR 4960 lets the whistle rip as Train No. 3 races into Red Lake approaching the popular Espee grade crossing here.
Today's the day GCR 29 pulls a train for the first time in 8 years.
Rain continues to fall on a late April evening as the Grand Canyon Railway's steam locomotive, 4960, races south through Red Lake, Ariz. on its return trip from the Grand Canyon.
The Williams Flyer kicks up snow as it approaches the Espee Rd crossing, a little over eight miles from Williams and the end of its southward journey from the Grand Canyon.
GCR Grand Canyon Ltd. southbound at Red Lake,AZ. just about to cross Espee Rd. on its way back to Williams.
The Grand Canyon Limited is southbound in the late afternoon light as both engines whistle for the crossing just behind me.
The Grand Canyon Ltd southbound just north of Williams at Espee Rd Crossing.