The sun sets on a great day of photography along the Grand Canyon Railway. A Lerro Productions Charter.
Northbound; 5:30 a.m. in the Arizona desert. A Lerro Productions charter.
GCRY's F40's take the lead with a matched set of Budd built stainless steel cars in tow across the desert route to and from the Grand Canyon.
Through The Pines. Rounding the wide curve just below milepost 56, GCRY 4960 heads through Coconino Canyon, headed for the Grand Canyon, which lies just 7 track miles ahead.
Partly cloudy skies created some interesting lighting conditions for this runby at Miller Wash. This was a Lerro Productions charter on the GCRy.
GCRY 4960 enters a rock cut on one of many curves deep within Coconino Canyon. A Lerro Productions charter.
By The Dawn's Early Light. Before the sun made it over the horizon, GCRY 4960 storms over Espee Road with a photo freight as part of a Lerro Productions charter.
Heading For Home. At the end of a long Saturday filled with runbys, 4960 rolls across the setting sun as she heads for home south of Quivero.
Grand Canyon Railway F40 leads its train coming back from the canyon just before 6PM with the sun setting a loud K5LA blowing away.
While a stack train heads east on BNSF, riders head towards the Grand Canyon Railway shops.
Two F40's lead 11 cars back to Williams after a trip to the Grand Canyon.
HOT DAMN! The traffic on the BNSF Phoenix Subdivision can be count on one hand.. 100% luck here! The Grand Canyon Railway returns from its trip to the Grand Canyon and says hello to a Warbo... (more)
Grand Canyon Railway #239 and sister are ready to depart to Williams, AZ.
Grand Canyon's 4PM "Cataract Creek Rambler" works the grade into Williams in setting sunlight. The 4960, powered by waste vegatable oil, smelled more like funnel cakes than the french fry aroma th... (more)