Fries with that?
Grand Canyon Railway's beautiful Mikado simmers away under the stars after a hard day's work. Converted to burn waste cooking oil, the loco doesn't quite smel... (more)
Gallumping off the turntable at Colorado & Southern’s Rice Yard in Denver, the 4960 looks like a workaday steam locomotive, heading out for a day’s labor. But the date is October 17, 1963, and the... (more)
The GCRY 4960 and ATSF 3751 doublehead the Grand Canyon Limited north towards the Grand Canyon, seen here whistling for the Pronghorn Ranch Road crossing 5/16/12.
Grand Canyon's 4PM "Cataract Creek Rambler" works the grade into Williams in setting sunlight. The 4960, powered by waste vegatable oil, smelled more like funnel cakes than the french fry aroma th... (more)
A strong thunderstorm passes over as GCR 4960 climbs the grade to the Quivero Crossing.
I might be up here for looking for a place to live, but gotta take at least a couple of photos. 4960 is assited by a Alco FB on it's final approach into Williams AZ
GCR 4960 pulls its train past Mile Post 3 and back into Williams.
GCR 4960 speeds through Imbleau on its way back to Williams, AZ.