The Grand Canyon Railway train is seen returning from the South Rim on a beautiful October afternoon. The train is passing the area known as Woodin.
The daily train to the South Rim of the Grand Canyon is seen awaiting passengers to board for the 3:30 return to Williams.
Although once one of the primary engines for the Grand Canyon Railway, the 6776 now sits in retirement at the depot at Grand Canyon Village. Having suffered a mechanical failure, the railway opted... (more)
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.
A Grand Canyon bound train prepares to depart northbound out of Williams.
With a couple F40s at the helm, the GCRY arrives in Williams to begin their day heading to the Grand Canyon and return.
The morning GCRY train deadheads to the station at Williams as they pass some BNSF MOW equipment.
Two Grand Canyon Railway trains rest at the South Rim of the Grand Canyon on March 17, 2005. Both trains are powered by classy A-B sets of Alco-designed Montreal Locomotive Works FPA-4s.
An A-B-B-A set of the Grand Canyon Railways MLW FPA4,FPB4 units Led By the 6776 sit at the South Rim Depot They were there on a special charter over a weekend that also involved the Santa Fe 4... (more)
At the height of golden hour, Grand Canyon Railway's ex LS&I 2-8-0 29 rockets across the desert at track speed of 40MPH.
GCRY 239 backs into the depot to load passengers for the trip to the south rim of the Grand Canyon.
They Just Look Right: There is just something that looks right about an F40 on the point of a passenger train. These stocky looking units were a staple of Amtrak for years, and still for ma... (more)
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)
Stuffed and Mounted: Unfortunately, with the Grand Canyon Ry having purchased several EMD F40's for power, the MLW cab units that once ruled the roost have gone by the wayside. A couple FPA... (more)