Resuscitated once again from a retirement, Grand Canyon Railway No.29 shows off her heavily modified front end. Once a lowly iron ore consolidation, today, she's one of the many faces of a world ... (more)
Performing their first railfan doubleheader in nearly 12 years (Last one in 2005?) Grand Canyon Railway 29 and 4960 pound over one of the many trestles in Miller's Wash on their return to Williams... (more)
Grand Canyon Railway 8-car passenger train with both steam engines 2-8-0 #29 and 2-8-2 #4960 leaving a nice plume in the Coconino Canyon. Photo charter by Lerro Productions.
Grand Canyon Railway steam engines 2-8-0 #29 and 2-8-2 #4960 at sunset while heading back to Williams, AZ. Photo charter by Lerro Productions.
A sky full of stars and two beautiful steam engines!
Grand Canyon Railway steam 2-8-0 #29 and steam 2-8-2 #4960 were in operation on Feb. 7 and 8 for a 2-day photo charter by Lerro Productions.
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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On a rare occasion, the Grand Canyon Railway will run their Alcos locomotives on their trains to the Grand Canyon. Per the request of a photo charter happening on the line, the Alcos pulled the Ca... (more)
Ex. Lake Superior & Ishpeming 2-8-0 #29, along with ex. Chicago, Burlington & Quincy 2-8-2 #4960, pose on the bridge at Milepost 4, in this 8 second exposure during a highly anticipated night phot... (more)
Grand Canyon's steam locomotive #29 hustles southbound through Quivero from the Grand Canyon during the "Man vs. Machine" race. It's a 60 mile race from the Grand Canyon to Williams betw... (more)
Sunset falls on Grand Canyon Railway #29 after her first run to the Grand Canyon in eight years.
GCRY 29 is back in operational service for the Grand Canyon Railway as it takes Train 3 out of Williams, towards 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)
GCRY #29 departs the Grand Canyon Village for the 65 mile trip back to Williams, AZ
GCRY #29 crosses Rowe Well Rd just a couple miles out of the Grand Canyon.
Shortly after departing Williams, GCRY #29 kicks off its journey to the Grand Canyon as it crosses Pronghorn Ranch Rd.