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
Almost Heaven... Blue Ridge Mountains...
While these Country Roads took me home to the Arizona Northland, these blue mountains are not the ones that this lash-up of power would... (more)
Lined up in the Williams Coach Yard, we find a working example of every class of locomotive power on today's Grand Canyon Railway (with the exception of its ex-A... (more)
The sun is getting low, as the Grand Canyon Railway returns to Williams, on scheduled.
I can say I could really ask for much better. Beautiful new snow, sun out, and a nice looking eastbound.
Mother nature is the star of the show here. It's late evening, with a beautiful cloud layer. The sun is going in and out of the clouds. Luckily I was able to have a train come with the sun popping... (more)
I got to photograph the BNSF trans-con in Arizona, for the first time in 16 years, this last weekend. I was treated to a beautiful snow covered landscape on Sunday morning. BNSF 8070 and 8125 lead... (more)
On a cool, late-summer evening GCRY 4124 departs after being boarded by bandits on horses looking to entertain tourists and maybe have a drink or two. This is the last train of the evening headed ... (more)
Grand Canyon Railway's F40 #295 leads a shorten Grand Canyon Flyer north through Pronghorn Rd. with week old snow laying across the land.
BNSF 5501 leads a hot Z train through Williams AZ
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 daily excursion to the South Rim of the Grand Canyon is seen departing Williams and is passing through the yard that stores some of the railroad's other coaches.
The daily excursion to the South Rim of the Grand Canyon is seen departing Williams Depot as a couple of cowboys on horses wait at the crossing.