GCR Train #3 at Willaha.
A couple enjoys the passing Arizona countryside from the observation on the Williams Flyer after passing the Espee Road crossing. The 76' long car named "Chief" was built for the Atlantic C... (more)
The first Grand Canyon Railway steam trip for 2014 rests at the Williams depot on a beautiful blue-sky President's Day morning. The enthusiastic crowd of passengers and bystanders looks over the "... (more)
A strong gust of wind proudly blows the Stars and Stripes flying from the 1923 Baldwin 2-8-2 as the steam excursion waits to board passengers for a President's Day trip to one of America's most fa... (more)
The first steam excursion of 2014 for the Grand Canyon Railway wraps around the wye to proceed towards the South Rim on a gorgeous President's Day morning. An Arizona state flag and American flag ... (more)
This ex-Amtrak F40 has been rebuilt and regeared and is now classified as an F40FH.
The train departs the Grand Canyon Depot right on time at 3:30pm.
GCR Grand Canyon Ltd. southbound at Red Lake,AZ. just about to cross Espee Rd. on its way back to Williams.
A Grand Canyon Railway passenger train has some last minute servicing done at Williams, Arizona, before backing into the station and loading passengers bound for a day at the south rim of the Gran... (more)
Two Grand Canyon Railway passenger trains fill the tracks at the South Rim on March 17, 2005. Both trains are led by A-B sets Montreal Locomotive Works (Alco design) FPA-4s.
Grand Canyon Railway F40FH 295 leads the daily Williams Flyer past Pronghorn Ranch.
Southbound photo run North of Red Lake
GCRY 4960 leads the return trip of the Williams Flyer back into Williams.
Due to mechanical problems the Grand Canyon Railway's GP7 work locomotive had to be used to power the Cataract Creek Rambler in place of the scheduled Alco.
F40PH locomotives 237 and 295 await departure from the Grand Canyon with the daily return train back to Williams, Arizona.