A westbound z train speeds through the north side of Williams, AZ as the sun sets.
SD45X 5740 leads an EMD test train at the Depot In Williams Arizona in the early morning
GCRY 239 backs into the depot to load passengers for the trip to the south rim of the Grand Canyon.
Done For the Day: After making the return trip to williams from the South Rim of the canyon, the "Williams Flyer" shoves down towards the wye to be turned for the following day. #... (more)
A long way from home. As I was exploring the local area around the Grand Canyon Railway Depot in Williams, AZ, I came upon something I really didn't expect to see. There, right in front o... (more)
We'll Meet Again, Don't know when, But I know we'll meet again some sunny day...
The final run-by of Grand Canyon Railway 29 hours before her 1472 Day "Tube Time" exp... (more)
Bingo....Bingo.....Bingo. In military fighter aircraft, the pilots typically calculate the minimum fuel level required to make it home with a safe reserve remaining and enter that data into... (more)
Quiet on the photo line! With roughly 40 photographers waiting patiently, our Trans Magazine Photo Special holds the siding at Quivero for the passage of the Grand Canyon Railway's daily ca... (more)
Last hurrah for the green Harrimans. Grand Canyon Railway Consolidation #29 makes one of her last southbound charges with five of the green, Harriman-style commuter coaches, just south of t... (more)
Model railroading at 12" to the foot scale. Looking every bit like some of the over/under arrangements that are common on basement model railroad layouts, Grand Canyon Railway #29 comes cru... (more)
Double Your Fun
The last doubleheader. With Grand Canyon Railway Locomotive #29's Form 4 set to expire effectively at the end of the day, the railroad took one last opportunity to team her up with the 4960... (more)
Freight Extra 29 heads north. With a very gusty wind whipping the Arizona high desert, Grand Canyon Railway Locomotive #29 heads north out of the Williams Yard on the old AT&SF Grand Canyon... (more)
A Power Line-Up. On a windy, chilly morning in late October, a quartet of Grand Canyon Railway trains sit poised in the Williams Yard preparing for a busy schedule of events. These trains... (more)
The cold mountain really shows off the warm exhaust coming from the stacks of four General Electric locomotives as they charge up towards the 7,000' high summit of the Arizona Divide at Williams J... (more)