The second Grand Canyon Railway train of the day has just departed Williams for a trip to the South Rim of the Grand Canyon behind a pair of F40's. The line quickly heads out of town and into the ... (more)
After the first train departed the South Rim Village station, Grand Canyon Railway train two has been positioned at the platform for boarding and an on time departure at 4:30 PM.
With two F40's on the point, the second daily Grand Canyon Railway train departs the South Rim village of the Grand Canyon for the trip south back to Williams.
Grand Canyon Railway's Williams Flyer heads south, back to Williams, after taking tourist to Grand Canyon National Park. The pair of F40PHs, ex-Amtrak, notch up as they exit the sag out of ... (more)
A Grand Canyon Railway train departs the depot at the Grand Canyon depot.
After battling serve thunderstorms for the majority of its return trip from the South Rim, Grand Canyon Railway Train No. 7 pulls into the Williams depot under still threatening skies. Waiting to ... (more)
First train of the morning departing Williams for Grand Canyon
GCRY 237 glides southbound through the sag at Wilaha with Train no. 3 in tow.
The first northbound train for the Grand Canyon navigates its way out of Williams on a bright spring morning in Arizona's high country.
One of the Grand Canyon Railway's F40FH's along with a MLW FP4B head up the first section of the Williams Flyer as they climb north out of Williams near Pronghorn Ranch.
Grand Canyon Railway’s train To the Grand Canyon arrives at the the South Rim on a sunny spring day in Arizona on April 3, 2010.
This ex-Amtrak F40 has been rebuilt and regeared and is now classified as an F40FH.
GCRY 237 pulling the daily trip to the Grand Canyon
The northbound Williams Flyer rounds the curve on the east leg of the wye in Williams on its way to the Grand Canyon.