With a pair of "robbers" now onboard following their hold-up of the Grand Canyon Railway's Train No. 3 at Quivero, GCRY 29 and one of the railway's F40's work hard to get their heavy tra... (more)
GCRY 29 catches the late afternoon light as it leads its train away from the South Rim of the Grand Canyon and into Coconino Canyon as the train heads back for Williams.
After completing a days service on the doubleheader, the GCRY shoves the train back into the small passenger car yard near the Williams Depot with the sun setting in the backgroud.
The morning Grand Canyon Railway train backs out of the yard and into the station in Williams, Arizona for passengers to board, passing alongside a steam engine now on display at the station.
The first train of the afternoon to depart the Grand Canyon Village gets underway on the Grand Canyon Railway, with two F40's to pull the train south to Williams.
Blasting upgrade at 40 mph, Grand Canyon's 2-8-0 29, a May 1906 product of the American Locomotive Company's Pittsburg works, hauls the first train of the day up the grade at Quivero, Arizona. Gr... (more)
The second Grand Canyon Railway train of the day has just departed Williams for a trip to the South Rim of the Grand Canyon behind a pair of F40's. The line quickly heads out of town and into the ... (more)
The first Grand Canyon Railway train of the morning has just departed Williams for a north bound run up to the south rim of the Grand Canyon. A pair of F40's lead the train across a small wooden t... (more)
After the first train departed the South Rim Village station, Grand Canyon Railway train two has been positioned at the platform for boarding and an on time departure at 4:30 PM.
With two F40's on the point, the second daily Grand Canyon Railway train departs the South Rim village of the Grand Canyon for the trip south back to Williams.
Two former Canadian National FPA-4 units are shown at Williams as seen from our returning train. This was the first color scheme worn by the imported diesels and almost resembles the Pennsylvania ... (more)
Grand Canyon's former LS&I Consolidation and an F40 get their train up to speed as they head back to Williams from the Grand Canyon South Rim.
Grand Canyon 2-8-0 29 and 2-8-2 4960 put on a spectacular show as they storm upgrade through Coconino Canyon.
The last steam run of the season, GCRW 4960 brings Grand Canyon visitors back to Williams on a late fall afternoon with exceptional storm light in the skies.