A classic consist. Grand Canyon's "Cataract Creek Rambler" works the grade into Williams. These shorter steam runs provide for a few different photo opportunities while still getting a chance t... (more)
A pair of ex-Amtrak F40PH's are assigned to the head end of the Grand Canyon Railway's tourist train at Williams. As neat as F40's are, the Alco FA's and steam engines are sorely missed as the reg... (more)
So sad to see the picture today of the yard of the GCR. I visited 4 years ago and had a fabulous trip. Here the 8.30 am train leaves from Williams for the Grand Canyon.
Oh, THERE they are.....:-(
Used to hearing them call #4, I wonder if the number now reflects GCR as being the #2 attraction in the area?
Grand Canyon train rests at the old Santa Fe depot at Grand Canyon Village while tourists enjoy the splendor of the Grand Canyon.
#4960 and #29 wait to take the photo special back to Williams
Photo run at Anita
While the rest of the Trip is off shooting the Canyon, I stumble over to the depot to grab a shot of the train. Unfortunatly, the snow has already been disturbed by vehicle and foot traffic, but... (more)
On a frosty April morning the Grand Canyon Railway departs Williams for the south rim of the Grand Canyon
Grand Canyon Railway departs the South rim with her full load of passengers and an ex-Amtrak F40PH on the point for the start of her return to Williams and the Frey Marcos hotel.