Due to mechanical problems the Grand Canyon Railway's GP7 work locomotive had to be used to power the Cataract Creek Rambler in place of the scheduled Alco.
F40PH locomotives 237 and 295 await departure from the Grand Canyon with the daily return train back to Williams, Arizona.
Grand Canyon Railway 2-8-0 locomotive No.29, on display at the Williams depot, Arizona.
ALCo units 6773, 6871 and 6776 stabled near the Grand Canyon Railway Williams depot. Taken from the balcony of parlor car "Max Biegert" at the rear of the returning, southbound Grand Canyon Limite... (more)
Organizational pride reflected in the bright paint of their shop switcher.
GCRY 1105 pulling the Cataract Creek Rambler, a 45 minute trip out of Williams that was ran in celebration of National Train Day. Originally was supposed to be pulled by FPA-4 6793 but they couldn... (more)
GCRY 237 pulling the daily trip to the Grand Canyon
The northbound Williams Flyer rounds the curve on the east leg of the wye in Williams on its way to the Grand Canyon.
Returning from the south rim of the Grand Canyon the daily train catches some storm light during a mostly cloudy journey.
One of the Grand Canyon Railway's steam excursions passes the railway's retired Alco locomotives as it arrives in Williams.
On March 14, 2002, the Grand Canyon Railway train has arrived at the South Rim of the Grand Canyon in Arizona. The passenger train is led by a matched set of Alco-designed Montreal Locomotive Work... (more)
In clearer skies on Friday, GCRY F40PH 237 departs the south rim of the Grand Canyon with the Williams Flyer in tow.
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.
GCRY 4960 and ATSF 3751 reverse pass the photo line for the southbound runby. This photo of the shove back ended up being much better than the runby due to a poorly planned runby location.
Ex LS&I 2-8-0 #29 is just south of the Pronghorn road crossing about 3 miles north of Williams. This was the first summer of operation for the railway.