The former-CB&Q 4960 leads the Grand Canyon train up the wye in Williams, AZ as it prepares to shove its train into the yard and head to bed after a run to the South Rim.
Grand Canyon Railway's F40 #295 leads a shorten Grand Canyon Flyer north through Pronghorn Rd. with week old snow laying across the land.
Last hurrah for the green Harrimans. Grand Canyon Railway Consolidation #29 makes one of her last southbound charges with five of the green, Harriman-style commuter coaches, just south of t... (more)
The second Grand Canyon Railway train of the day has just departed Williams and is stretched out on the grade as it heads north behind a pair of F40's. The train will stop at the South Rim of the ... (more)
The Grand Canyon Railway steam doubleheader climbing out of Red Lake.
The Grand Canyon Railway steam doubleheader. A close up of the 4960s crew during the reverse move into the wye to put the equipment away for the night.
The Grand Canyon Railway steam doubleheader smokes it up a bit as it climbs out of Red Lake.
With the first day of steam in the books, GCRY 29 shows it train out toward the wye to prepare the consist for tomorrow's trip to the Grand Canyon powered by GCRY 4960. As the little 2-8-0 shoves ... (more)
Doubleheaded Blowdown. As GCRY 29 and GCRY 4960 pull their train out of the railway's Williams storage tracks prior to shoving the train back to the depot, the engineers on both locomotives... (more)
A Magical Ending. Following four epic, consecutive days of steam locomotives operating on the Grand Canyon Railway, powered by none other than GCRY 29 and GCRY 4960, who would have thought ... (more)
With a pair of "robbers" now onboard following their hold-up of the Grand Canyon Railway's Train No. 3 at Quivero, GCRY 29 and one of the railway's F40's work hard to get their heavy tra... (more)
GCRY 29 catches the late afternoon light as it leads its train away from the South Rim of the Grand Canyon and into Coconino Canyon as the train heads back for Williams.
The morning Grand Canyon Railway train backs out of the yard and into the station in Williams, Arizona for passengers to board, passing alongside a steam engine now on display at the station.
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.