GCRY 239 crosses the trestle at MP 4, just north of the Grand Canyon Railway yard
GCRY 239 rounds the bend at MP 4.2 with some storm clouds rolling in behind
A Grand Canyon bound train prepares to depart northbound out of Williams.
With a couple F40s at the helm, the GCRY arrives in Williams to begin their day heading to the Grand Canyon and return.
The morning GCRY train deadheads to the station at Williams as they pass some BNSF MOW equipment.
GCRY 239 backs into the depot to load passengers for the trip to the south rim of the Grand Canyon.
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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.
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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.
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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.