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)
An eastbound Z train heads downgrade out of Flagstaff with an SD70ACe leader.
A short, hotshot Z7 train kicks up to 70 MPH between Valentine and Hackberry as it leaves Crozier Canyon in dust on a cold, windy winter evening.
A Los Angeles, CA to Alliance, TX intermodal train charges up the 1.3% grade between Franconia and Yucca as it crosses over the Yucca Wash bridge on a chilly December morning.
The last rays of sunlight illuminate the nose of a H2 Dash-9 that is pull a loaded military train towards the control point of Walapai.
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 Westbound BNSF hotshot intermodal freight with NS power is seen coming into downtown Flagstaff, Arizona on a sunny October afternoon. The train is passing the 1926 Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe ... (more)
A pair of Dash 8-40BWs lead the Flagstaff Local (L SWE0071) eastward through Darling with Mount Ellen and the San Francisco Peaks in the background. The local will be coming to a stop to clear up ... (more)
A couple GEs shove hard on the rear of a Phoenix-bound ethanol train as they head into Flagstaff.
An eastbound Z7 heads out of Flagstaff, still on the early stages of their trip to Georgia.
Amtrak Train #4, the Southwest Chief is seen accelerating off the high desert and through West Winslow as the sun begins to rise. The phase 1 heritage unit #156 is leading the train. The 12,633 f... (more)
The Arizona sun has descended behind the horizon and the remaining light is filtered through smoke hanging in the air from California wildfires as an Eastbound stack train rolls into Winslow.
As the Arizona sun is about to sink over the horizon, a Westbound stack train is seen departing Winslow, literally headed off into the sunset across the desert.