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)
Grand Canyon Railway's beautifully liveried MILW FPA's - both an FPA-4 unit and an FPB-4 unit, pull a matching consist through Willaha, AZ, on the railroad's regular excursion, passing the railroa... (more)
Halfway home - we'll be there by... Night. Catching the last sunlight of the day, Grand Canyon Railway 29 and 4960 cross Miller's Wash, the half way point between the Canyon and the home terminal... (more)
Sunset finale at Miller's Wash. The desert sunset bursts through Grand Canyon Railway Locomotive #29's pony truck as she charges south over the Miller's Wash Trestle with stablemate #4960.
On the Dark Side at Miller's Wash (MP 36.1). The desert shadows are getting very long in the dry riverbed at Miller's Wash as the Grand Canyon Railway's two big oil-burners make track speed... (more)
Golden hour at Miller's Wash. With the sun descending rapidly toward the horizon, our Grand Canyon Steam Doubleheader charges across the wooden trestle over the dry stream bed known as Mill... (more)
Charging through Willaha. The Grand Canyon Railway's two steam engines charge southbound through the rural crossing at Willaha County Road (MP 37.7) with a special edition of the Williams F... (more)
Highball at Willaha. Both of the Grand Canyon Railway's steamers combine to haul 8 heavy, Harriman Commuter Cars south past the siding at Willaha (MP 37.7) on their southbound run back to W... (more)
Meet me at Willaha. Our Lerro Productions steam charter holds the siding at Willaha (MP 37.7) to allow the Grand Canyon Railway's regularly daily passenger train, the Williams Flyer, to cha... (more)
In the late afternoon sunlight, GCRY 4960 leads the southbound Williams Flyer across a small bridge just north of Willaha, AZ on February 17th, 2018.
Section House ruins at Willaha Siding. Grand Canyon Railway 4960 charges southbound past the ruins of an old Section House on the siding at Willaha, around MP 37.7. The ruins of several s... (more)
Chicago Burlington & Quincy #4960. The Grand Canyon Railway's big Baldwin Mikado #4960 started life in 1923 as freight hog hauling iron ore and other freight on the Chicago Burlington & Qui... (more)
A winter squall whips across the Arizona Northland, as Grand Canyon Railway #29 eases into "Miller's Wash", the lowest point on the GCRy. Asides from the sinuous twists and gentle grade... (more)
A winter squall whips across the Arizona Northland, as Grand Canyon Railway Chief Mechanical Officer Eric Hadder and a crew member tend to oiling around the century old beast.
"It's not the middle of nowhere, but you can sure see it from here..." -Michael Brooks, GCR Assistant Trainmaster
Leaving the hole at Willaha Arizona after the daily train has passed... (more)