A pair of Grand Canyon Railway F40s stand ready to bring today's passengers to the South Rim of the Grand Canyon, with about 15 minutes until departure.
Steam Saturday for the month of April 2022 nears it's end as the 4960 rolls south for the final stretch into Williams, with the crew blowing it's famed Santa Fe 6 chime whistle for the Espee Road ... (more)
237 is waiting patiently for tourists to board on a scorching afternoon.
Grand Canyon Raillway 4960 pulls its northbound train into Grand Canyon Village at the wye to disembark passengers at the station, bringing tourists a chance to see a piece of railroad history bef... (more)
GCRY 237 rolls up hill at Quivero on the return trip back to Williams from the Grand Canyon.
July 6th, 2021
The southbound trip of the Grand Canyon Railway runs along Rt. 64 as it heads back to Williams.
The Grand Canyon Railway returns to Williams, AZ under a beautiful evening sky.
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.
Originally a CN unit of the same number now with the Grand Canyon Railway, but in VIA colors and apparently a parts donor. Photo taken on private property with permission.
Originally a CN unit of the same number now with the Grand Canyon Railway, but in the shadow of more modern F40s making the regular runs. Photo taken on private property with permission.
Engineer Eric H. gives a wave as the state and national flag adorn the former Amtrak F40 on its way to the Grand Canyon.
The state and national flag adorn the former Amtrak F40 leading the outbound train to the Grand Canyon.
GCRY 239 crosses the trestle at MP 4, just north of the Grand Canyon Railway yard
GCRY 4960 begins its short journey to the South Rim as it passes Milepost 3.5 near Williams yard