Grand Canyon Railway's Alco designed Montreal Locomotive Works FPA-4 No. 6793 and B unit, No. 6860 sit outside the depot at WIliams, AZ after a day's excursion. Both are former Canadian National ... (more)
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)
Grand Canyon Railroad 29 and 4960 storm across a small wash in the high Arizona Desert as part of a Lerro Productions Charter.
How often do you see an in service passenger unit in primer? Power short due to the annual Polar Express trains, the Grand Canyon Railway made the decision to press their newest locomotive into se... (more)
Alco FPA-4 #6776 sits at the Grand Canyon Station at the South Rim welcoming visitors as they step off the train after a 2 hour train ride. The engine was moved to this location in 2016.
Rolling toward the setting sun, Grand Canyon 29 hustles her train back toward Williams at the Anita ranch crossing.
The first afternoon southbound train waits departure from the Grand Canyon station.
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)
Moonlight over Cataract Creek. Both of the Grand Canyon's active steam engines pose on the wooden trestle at Cataract Creek, just outside Williams, AZ on a chilly February evening. Moonlig... (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)