Santa fe GE C30-7 8126 leads a eastbound trough the big cut at west Williams junction on a fine morning on March 15th 1988
Four GEs bring up a Long Beach, CA to Clovis, NM stack train through Williams Junction a day after a winter storm blanked the northern Arizona region with six to eight inches of snow.
An eastbound intermodal approaches Garland Prairie Rd. on the outskirts of Williams.
After a long run up from Phoenix, an intermodal enters the city of Williams on the Phoenix Sub. The train will shortly rejoin the Transcon, where it will then change direction and head towards Ca... (more)
Last light sees the Grand Canyon Railway approaching Espee Rd. as the train nears its destination of Williams.
On the Arizona Divide: BNSF 7834 leads a westbound approaching Williams Jct., AZ. Fuji Velvia.
Grand Canyon Railway 2-8-0 18 leads 2-8-2 4960 in the late afternoon on a fine summer day in 1998
Grand Canyon Railway heads back from its destination to Williams, AZ
Late evening just west of Williams finds a ZWINPHX with a cut of manifest traffic on the head end.
The NS GE ES44DC 7625 leads a westbound BNSF double stack train near Williams AZ.
The BNSF GE ES44DC 7399 leads a eastbound double stack train between Williams AZ and Flagstaff AZ.
The BNSF GE ES44C4 7022 leads a westbound double stack train near Williams AZ.
Northfolk Southern's GE AC44C6M 4388, rebuilt in 2020 from NS GE C44-9W 9193, leads a BNSF auto rack train eastbound between Williams AZ and Flagstaff AZ.
Grand Canyon Raillway 4960, built 1923, is leading a passenger train from Williams AZ to Grand Canyon Willage.
Manitou & Pikes Peak 4 sits on display at the Grand Canyon Railway depot in Williams.