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.
Last Light at Miller's Wash
Sometimes you just have to put the camera down and take it all in - fortunately, I did not take that advice for this double-header runby of Grand Canyon's excu... (more)
Fries with that?
Grand Canyon Railway's beautiful Mikado simmers away under the stars after a hard day's work. Converted to burn waste cooking oil, the loco doesn't quite smel... (more)
Grand Canyon Railway's Alco designed Montreal Locomotive Works FPA-4 No. 6793 and B unit, No. 6860 sit outside the depot at WIliams, AZ after a day's excursion. Both are former Canadian National ... (more)
For those who are fans of F40PH's; Ex-Amtrak FP40PH No. 295 is seen here with a water tank awaiting her call to duty. No. 295 retained her number but got decked out in the Grand Canyon Railway's ... (more)
Grand Canyon Railway's beautifully liveried MILW FPA's - both an FPA-4 unit and an FPB-4 unit, pull a matching consist through Willaha, AZ, on the railroad's regular excursion, passing the railroa... (more)
Grand Canyon Railroad 29 and 4960 storm across a small wash in the high Arizona Desert as part of a Lerro Productions Charter.
How often do you see an in service passenger unit in primer? Power short due to the annual Polar Express trains, the Grand Canyon Railway made the decision to press their newest locomotive into se... (more)
Alco FPA-4 #6776 sits at the Grand Canyon Station at the South Rim welcoming visitors as they step off the train after a 2 hour train ride. The engine was moved to this location in 2016.
Rolling toward the setting sun, Grand Canyon 29 hustles her train back toward Williams at the Anita ranch crossing.