Lined up in the Williams Coach Yard, we find a working example of every class of locomotive power on today's Grand Canyon Railway (with the exception of its ex-A... (more)
GCRY 237, a former Amtrak F40PHR, approaches Willaha on the return trip to Williams. Willaha is a remote crossing that is home to a siding and an abandoned building.
The sun is getting low, as the Grand Canyon Railway returns to Williams, on scheduled.
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.
On a cool, late-summer evening GCRY 4124 departs after being boarded by bandits on horses looking to entertain tourists and maybe have a drink or two. This is the last train of the evening headed ... (more)
Grand Canyon Railway's F40 #295 leads a shorten Grand Canyon Flyer north through Pronghorn Rd. with week old snow laying across the land.
This is Only A Test
On a test run prior to the summer steam season, Chief Mechanical Officer Sam Lanter takes Grand Canyon Railway (ex-Lake Superior & Ishpeming) Consolidation ... (more)
Grand Canyon Railway's 239 leads the Thanksgiving Day train into the Grand Canyon Village.
The southbound National Park Service special is flying past the siding at Willaha.
The southbound National Park Service special is just arriving in Williams in the late afternoon.
As the last light is about the fade, the Grand Canyon Railway train is seen coming into the yard at Williams after a return trip from the South Rim.
The Grand Canyon Railway train is seen returning from the South Rim on a beautiful October afternoon. The train is passing the area known as Woodin.
The daily train to the South Rim of the Grand Canyon is seen awaiting passengers to board for the 3:30 return to Williams.
Although once one of the primary engines for the Grand Canyon Railway, the 6776 now sits in retirement at the depot at Grand Canyon Village. Having suffered a mechanical failure, the railway opted... (more)
The daily excursion to the South Rim of the Grand Canyon is seen departing Williams and is passing through the yard that stores some of the railroad's other coaches.