Grand Canyon Railway steam engines 18 and 29 bark upgrade across Pronghorn Ranch Road, some 4.7 miles north of Williams, Arizona. The tourist operation, created by Max and Thelma Biegert made its ... (more)
Where The Deer And The Antelope Play. GCRY 4960 rolls south through the wide open spaces of northern Arizona, where deer and antelope often run alongside and even in front of the tr... (more)
Ex-CB&Q #4960 speeds along the tracks at Milepost 3 on the Grand Canyon Railway. The engine is leading one of the Catarack Creek Rambler runs, a great way to both railfan the train and get a chanc... (more)
A nice stop in Williams, Arizona, as I rode along Route 66 two-wheel style.
Sunset on the Grand Canyon Railway. A Lerro Productions charter.
Cowboys meet Grand Canyon steam, a great end to a long day. A Lerro Productions charter.
The daily train to the Canyon loads passengers in Williams in the morning.
The daily train to the Canyon leaves Williams in the morning.
Storming Upgrade. Even though 4960 can easily handle six empty coaches up the grade at milepost 19, her crew still puts on an impressive show just before sunrise in the Arizona dese... (more)
Supply Run. Returning from the Grand Canyon, the GCRY recreates what the weekly supply run to the South Rim looked like in the 1940s. In those days, the Grand Canyon Village, like ... (more)
High Desert Sunset. As the sun drops like a rock towards the horizon, GCRY 4960 drops down the grade towards milepost 36.
Open Space. Leaving the South Rim, the GCRY winds its way through Coconino Canyon. Eventually, however, the scenery levels out and becomes the open desert seen here at Willaha sidi... (more)
A window of opportunity at the Grand Canyon Railway. Taken during a Lerro Productions charter.
Grand Canyon Railway #4960 snakes through Coconino Canyon in a way no diesel could. Steam returns to the Canyon again, September 17th, 2011 before the 1472 rebuild which will see the former CB&Q ... (more)