GCRY 239 crosses the trestle at MP 4, just north of the Grand Canyon Railway yard
GCRY 4960 begins its short journey to the South Rim as it passes Milepost 3.5 near Williams yard
GCRY 4960 on point of the return trip to Williams passes MP 62
After passing by the Williams GCRY Yard, GCRY 4960 crosses the bridge at Milepost 4
GCRY 239 rounds the bend at MP 4.2 with some storm clouds rolling in behind
GCRY 4960 rounds the bend at Milepost 4.2 before arriving in Williams Station
GCRY 237 and 4128 reverse onto the east leg of the Williams Wye at Golden Hour
GCRY 4960 leads the southbound Steam Saturday train back to Williams
GCRY 237, a former Amtrak F40PHR, approaches Willaha on the return trip to Williams. Willaha is a remote crossing that is home to a siding and an abandoned building.
I raced up line to intercept the return trip of the Grand Canyon train. I made it with about 5 minutes to spare. They sure operate a beautiful train.
Grand Canyon Railway's F40 #295 leads a shorten Grand Canyon Flyer north through Pronghorn Rd. with week old snow laying across the land.
Grand Canyon Railway's 239 leads the Thanksgiving Day train into the Grand Canyon Village.
The southbound National Park Service special is just arriving in Williams in the late afternoon.
As the last light is about the fade, the Grand Canyon Railway train is seen coming into the yard at Williams after a return trip from the South Rim.
The Grand Canyon Railway train is seen returning from the South Rim on a beautiful October afternoon. The train is passing the area known as Woodin.