The second to last train to run for the day down the former ATSF Grand Canyon line pulls into Williams, AZ as they head toward the station to drop off thier passengers.
A Magical Ending. Following four epic, consecutive days of steam locomotives operating on the Grand Canyon Railway, powered by none other than GCRY 29 and GCRY 4960, who would have thought ... (more)
The morning Grand Canyon Railway train backs out of the yard and into the station in Williams, Arizona for passengers to board, passing alongside a steam engine now on display at the station.
The first train of the afternoon to depart the Grand Canyon Village gets underway on the Grand Canyon Railway, with two F40's to pull the train south to Williams.
The first Grand Canyon Railway train of the morning has just departed Williams for a north bound run up to the south rim of the Grand Canyon. A pair of F40's lead the train across a small wooden t... (more)
GCRY 239 leads a train out of the depot in Williams, AZ for the south rim.
GCRY 239 departs the station in Williams, AZ with a train bound for the Grand Canyon.
Two of GCRY's three F40FH's lead the second "Williams Flyer" of the day northbound at Anita.
As the sun sets below the horizon and the sunflowers fade into darkness, the last train of the day for the Grand Canyon Railway shoves back into the storage yard where the passenger set will sit o... (more)
The Southbound train rounds the curve at Pronghorn Ranch Rd. as it makes it's way towards the end of its run at Williams.
Having just turned at the wye, Grand Canyon Railroads 239 as the lead power is now lined up for departure near the Grand Canyon Railway station.
A much sharper looking paint scheme than when it wore Amtrak.
GCRY 239 heads south through Quivero with the first section of the days' "Williams Flyer" in tow.
A pair of ex-Amtrak F40PH's are assigned to the head end of the Grand Canyon Railway's tourist train at Williams. As neat as F40's are, the Alco FA's and steam engines are sorely missed as the reg... (more)