A southbound freight train led by GCRY #4960 makes it's way back from a trip to the Grand Canyon.
GCRY 4960 storms north as the sun slowly rises above an adjacent hilltop to reveal a wonderful mix of steam and smoke. A Lerro Productions Charter.
The Day Is Done. At the end of two long days of shooting, #4960 returned home to the shop at Williams. Sitting outside on a windy night, she simmered outside while the remaining st... (more)
The desolation of the area between Williams, AZ and the south rim of the Grand Canyon is very apparent at this locale. During the charter, we were the only humans around until the lunch break/lay... (more)
GCRY 4960 squeezes between the rocks on its run north to the Grand Canyon. A Lerro Productions Charter.
Canyon Bound. Opening up around the wide curve near milepost 18, GCRY heads north for the Grand Canyon with six matching coaches in tow.
Grand Canyon #4960 runs south at track speed (40mph) through an area know as Anita. Its not often that I get to see steam run at this speed so it was a memorable moment.
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In the bitter May "springtime" wind, a group of photographers gathered for their last shots of 4960 before she goes to bed in the shops. A fitting end to a great weekend. A Lerro Productions Cha... (more)
GCRY 4960 at speed on a very windy Sunday. High speed photo runbys are certainly a rarity so this was a nice treat. A Lerro Productions Charter.
GCRY 4960 pulls south as rapidly dropping sun glints off the side of the train. A Lerro Productions Charter.
Grand Canyon's #4960 takes its train through an S-curve in Coconino Canyon following a tradition set by the AT&SF 110 years earlier.
Grand Canyon #4960 sits in the siding with time to play as Grand Canyon's F40PH led passenger train highballs to Williams.
Late afternoon at Williams finds the daily train from the Grand Canyon arriving for the evening.
Starkly silhouetted by the strong springtime sun, a southbound freight makes it's return trip from the Grand Canyon bound for Williams, Arizona, during a Lerro Productions photo charter. Click more)
The bravest of the three horses keeps a close eye on GCRY 4960 as she does a slow speed runby at Quivero. While this isn't the first cell phone pic accepted on RP.net, it is for me. Taken with a M... (more)