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)
The "greenest" steam train in America. At least that's how they bill today's Grand Canyon Steam operations. Both of the line's two steamers are converted coal-burners, each now ... (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.
A winter squall whips across the Arizona Northland, as Grand Canyon Railway 29 runs the hogbacks on her was to the Grand Chasm to the North
Track speed in the canyon. One of the fastest steam tourist railroads in the US, the trains on the Grand Canyon Railway often hit 40 MPH on the 64-mile run from Williams to the Grand Canyon... (more)
Top Ten of 2017. With 2017 in the books, here's a look back at my Top 10 favorite shots from the past year.2. The longest trip of the year was a week-long February vacatio... (more)
Maybe a bit of overfiring to produce smoke for the runby. Lerro Productions photo charter on the Grand Canyon Railway.
After a cloudy day, the sun drops under the clouds just before sunset, and in time for a couple of runby's. Lerro productions charter, Grand Canyon railway.
2-8-0 #29 and 2-8-2 #4960 perform a spirited runby on a Lerro photo charter on the Grand Canyon Railway
With the famous El Tovar Lodge in the background the
GCRR's 4960 has brought its passengers to the south rim of the Grand Canyon.
On a cold November morning, GCRY F40PH #295 (ex Amtrak) leads the northbound Williams Flyer through Pronghorn, AZ and on towards the Grand Canyon.
GCRY 239 leads a train out of the depot in Williams, AZ for the south rim.
Leaving Miller's Wash and a green board behind, 4960 proceeds to make short work of getting back to track speed.