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)
GCRY 239 departs the station in Williams, AZ with a train bound for the Grand Canyon.
A Grand Canyon Railway steam locomotive decorated for the Polar Express sits on static display at the Williams Depot as the morning train to the Grand Canyon prepares to depart for its 65 mile nor... (more)
The first Grand Canyon Railway steam trip for 2014 rests at the Williams depot on a beautiful blue-sky President's Day morning. The enthusiastic crowd of passengers and bystanders looks over the "... (more)
The Canyon Limited waits to depart Williams on this warm May morning. GCRY 2-8-0 29 can be seen in front of the depot in a state of semi-retirement.
The daily 09h30 departure for Grand Canyon village bask under the morning sun. The train will follow (and overtake) the double-header steam operated pulled by Grand Canyon 4960 and ATSF 3751.
Used to hearing them call #4, I wonder if the number now reflects GCR as being the #2 attraction in the area?
Grand Canyon Railway 29 sits at the Williams depot after arriving back from the Grand Canyon.
Old Alcos lead the train to the Grand Canyon today.
The Grand Canyon Railway Puts on a show as there daily passenger train Departs Williams for the Grand Canyon.
GCRY 6776 is leaving Williams Depot heading towards the Grand Canyon.
Hot off her "Maiden (revenue) Voyage" since being repainted. 6793 basks in the failing sunlight...
F40PH-FPB4 combo smokes it up as it leaves Williams for the South Rim.
A lucky catch as a westbound enters Williams enroute to Phoenix.
Train 2 is ready to depart the Williams Depot late Wednesday morning. At the depot are preserved ATSF Caboose and steamer.