"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)
Charging across Grand Canyon Boulevard at a blistering pace of 5 mph... Backwards. 4960 shoves into the Williams Depot before heading off to the Grand Canyon.
GCRY 4960 puts on a great show as it climbs the hill in Pronghorn, AZ carrying passengers north towards the Grand Canyon.
As the afternoon shadows grow longer, Grand Canyon Railway 29 charges out of Coconino Canyon and makes a break for the high steepe of Northern Arizona. Remnants of a three day blizzard that droppe... (more)
With his train well in hand, the engineer of GCRY 4960 briefly looks inside the cab at his steam pressure gauge before returning his gaze to the tracks ahead as Train No. 2 enters Red Lake.
The first train of the day gets under way in the Kaibab National Forest as GCRY 295 leads the train to the south rim.
Two Amtrak alumni begin the return trip to Wiliams, after treating guests to a visit to the Grand Canyon.
GCRY 239 departs the station in Williams, AZ with a train bound for the Grand Canyon.
Wednesdays double header smoking it up for a run by before loading and getting on its way back to Williams, AZ.
GCRY 29 and 4960 lead a passenger train south over the bridge at mile post 35.5 at sunset as part of a Pete Lerro photo charter.
GCRY 4960 leads a passenger train south over the bridge at mile post 35.5 as part of a Pete Lerro photo charter.
Sunset glory in the high plains north of Willaha as our steam train is heading south to Williams, AZ. A great Lerro Productions Charter.
FPA4 Notches up on its way back to Williams, AZ