Today marks the 30th annaversiry of the Grand Canyon Railway being reopened to the now know Grand Canyon Railway. GCRY #29 leads the first canyon bound passenger train of the day as it passes thou... (more)
Golden smoke show! GCRY 29 puts on a classic smoke show as she begins to slow while pushing back her train.
Continuing to shove, the GCRY steam double header pushes thier train back across the Williams wye so that they can park the train in the yard.
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)
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.
After completing a days service on the doubleheader, the GCRY shoves the train back into the small passenger car yard near the Williams Depot with the sun setting in the backgroud.
K153 leads a suburban steam shuttle for the Hurstbridge Wattle Festival, passing through bushland between Eltham and Diamond Creek. This part of the line opened in 1912, and was built very cheaply... (more)
K153 leads a suburban steam shuttle for the Hurstbridge Wattle Festival, passing through bushland between Eltham and Diamond Creek.
Southern 630 & 4501 roll past the Grand Junction yard board with a Missionary Ridge Local train on Founder's Day.
One of the gems in the collection of the Colorado Railroad Museum is the Denver & Rio Grande Western 346, a 2-8-0 locomotive built built by Baldwin in 1881 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. In 1935 ... (more)