At the height of golden hour, Grand Canyon Railway's ex LS&I 2-8-0 29 rockets across the desert at track speed of 40MPH.
The Canyon to The Canyon
It might surprise some to find that to get to The Grand Canyon, the journey is anything but flat. The Atchison Topeka and Santa Fe Railway found this... (more)
We'll Meet Again, Don't know when, But I know we'll meet again some sunny day...
The final run-by of Grand Canyon Railway 29 hours before her 1472 Day "Tube Time" exp... (more)
High Steppe Flyer.
Double Your Fun
Grand Canyon Railway 29 in the possible twilight of her career. Her 1472 day inspection would expire right after this, and it is unknown if GCR's corporate parent,... (more)
Fastest Freight Hog In the West
Making track speed going into the "flats" of the Grand Canyon Railway, the 29 has left behind the long sustained grades of the Apex / ... (more)
Play It Again Sam
Engineer and Former-CMO takes charge of Grand Canyon Railway #29 as she steams towards Williams over this small bridge north of Williams.
As we prepa... (more)
I can see for Miles and Miles and Miles...
The expanse of the Northland of Arizona is quite apparent here between the stations of Valle and Willaha on the Grand Canyon Railway.... (more)
One More Time, We’re Gonna Celebrate
With her back against the wall before her tube time expires this week, Trains Magazine chartered the Grand Canyon Railway and made the star... (more)
The GCRY 29 and 4960 race south out of the Coconino National Forest and the South Rim of the Grand Canyon after a day of festivites for the 30th anniversary of the Grand Canyon Railway reviva. Als... (more)
Under clear blue skies, the GCRY 29 & 4960 sit and rest at the South Rim Depot as they await thier 3:30 depature from the Grand Canyon back toward the town of Williams.
The GCRY 29 steams toward the northern leg of the Williams Wye as it prepares to finish up its day of work and put her train away for the day.
The Grand Canyon Railway steam doubleheader climbing out of Red Lake.
The Grand Canyon Railway steam doubleheader. A close up of the 4960s crew during the reverse move into the wye to put the equipment away for the night.