Grand Canyon Railway's F40 #295 leads a shorten Grand Canyon Flyer north through Pronghorn Rd. with week old snow laying across the land.
As the last light is about the fade, the Grand Canyon Railway train is seen coming into the yard at Williams after a return trip from the South Rim.
The Grand Canyon Railway train is seen returning from the South Rim on a beautiful October afternoon. The train is passing the area known as Woodin.
The daily train to the South Rim of the Grand Canyon is seen awaiting passengers to board for the 3:30 return to Williams.
The daily excursion to the South Rim of the Grand Canyon is seen departing Williams and is passing through the yard that stores some of the railroad's other coaches.
The daily excursion to the South Rim of the Grand Canyon is seen departing Williams Depot as a couple of cowboys on horses wait at the crossing.
For those who are fans of F40PH's; Ex-Amtrak FP40PH No. 295 is seen here with a water tank awaiting her call to duty. No. 295 retained her number but got decked out in the Grand Canyon Railway's ... (more)
On a cold November morning, GCRY F40PH #295 (ex Amtrak) leads the northbound Williams Flyer through Pronghorn, AZ and on towards the Grand Canyon.
Two Amtrak alumni begin the return trip to Wiliams, after treating guests to a visit to the Grand Canyon.
Ex-Amtrak F40PH 295, now in the Grand Canyon Railway Paint, leads the Grand Canyon Railway Train on its return trip from the Grand Canyon.
Grand Canyon F40PH 295 heads up the first section of the 'Williams Flyer' as it proceeds northbound near Pronghorn Ranch Road.
Grand Canyon Railway F40FH 295 leads the daily Williams Flyer past Pronghorn Ranch.
The daily 09h30 departure for Grand Canyon village bask under the morning sun. The train will follow (and overtake) the double-header steam operated pulled by Grand Canyon 4960 and ATSF 3751.