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.
High Steppe Flyer.
A winter squall whips across the Arizona Northland, as Grand Canyon Railway Chief Mechanical Officer Eric Hadder and a crew member tend to oiling around the century old beast.
"It's not the middle of nowhere, but you can sure see it from here..." -Michael Brooks, GCR Assistant Trainmaster
Leaving the hole at Willaha Arizona after the daily train has passed... (more)
Silhouette at Miller Wash
A silhouette, twice as nice, with both Grand Canyon 2-8-0 #29 and 2-8-2 #4960. Photo ops abound at Miller Wash in Coconino County, AZ, some 36 miles north of Wi... (more)
Double-header through Willaha
Southbound on the former AT&SF ROW, Grand Canyon's 1906 Alco built 2-8-0 No. 29 (former Lake Superior & Ishpeming Railroad) leads 1923 Baldwin built 2-8-2 No... (more)
While the chimney of this long abandoned fireplace in this forsaken home no longer exists, it is replaced with the one of the 4960 on a full speed runby at the siding of Willaha, Arizona.
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#3751 was in Arizona for the 2002 NRHS Convention and was used on a private photo special. Five of of GCRy's ex-SP subs were used and is seen at Willaha on its return trip to Williams
Double heading with ATSF 3751, Grand Canyon 4960 is leading the way back from the Grand Canyon as part of the 2002 NRHS Convention of 2002.