After picking up the train robbers, GCRY's two operational steam locomotives bring the 13 car train from a dead stop on the grade at Quivero on the final stretch of the southbound trip to Williams... (more)
GCRY 29 rolls south near Anita, on what could be called it's fourth "rebirth". After a long career on the LS&I in Michigan, 29 wound up in Williams beginning operations in 1990. Being on... (more)
Grand Canyon Railway's newest member to the active roster is locomotive #29. GCRY 29, a 2-8-0 steam locomotive, makes its first southbound run on the Williams Flyer train; returning its passengers... (more)
Ex-LS&I 2-8-0 29 leads two Alco FA units and a train of all Harriman cars on the Grand Canyon Railway to the name-sake attraction on May 30, 2004, five miles out of Williams, Az.
American Orient Express is in the siding at Imbleu, Ariz. on the Grand Canyon Ry. to meet its regular southbound train returning from the Grand Canyon on May 30, 2004. Much has changed since th... (more)
Nearing the end of a daylong journey to the Grand Canyon and return, GCRY 2-8-0 #29 prepares to duck under the Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe Railway overpass approaching the station at Williams, Ariz... (more)
Former Lake Superior & Ishpeming #29 was brought over to Arizona for use on the Grand Canyon Railway along with sisters #18, #19 and #20. Today, her remaining stablemate is former CB&Q #4960 whic... (more)
#4960 and #29 wait to take the photo special back to Williams
Photo run at Anita
Grand Canyon Railway 29 sits at the Williams depot after arriving back from the Grand Canyon.
Grand Canyon Railway 29 leads its train into Williams.
The GCRY's "Williams Flyer" approaches the outskirts of Williams, AZ close to sunset.