Although once one of the primary engines for the Grand Canyon Railway, the 6776 now sits in retirement at the depot at Grand Canyon Village. Having suffered a mechanical failure, the railway opted... (more)
Two Grand Canyon Railway trains rest at the South Rim of the Grand Canyon on March 17, 2005. Both trains are powered by classy A-B sets of Alco-designed Montreal Locomotive Works FPA-4s.
Stuffed and Mounted: Unfortunately, with the Grand Canyon Ry having purchased several EMD F40's for power, the MLW cab units that once ruled the roost have gone by the wayside. A couple FPA... (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.
A Grand Canyon Railway train arrives at the South Rim of Arizona’s Grand Canyon led by A-B set Montreal Locomotive Works (Alco design) FPA-4s on March 17, 2005
Waiting patiently at the South Rim of Arizona’s Grand Canyon are two Grand Canyon Railway passenger trains on March 17, 2005. Both trains are led by A-B sets Montreal Locomotive Works (Alco design... (more)
The Grand Canyon Railway's Alco FPA4 #6776 and an FPB4 booster unit are parked near the Interstate 40 overpass coupled to a string of cars in Wiliams on a cloudy afternoon in northern Arizona.
A Grand Canyon Railway passenger train has some last minute servicing done at Williams, Arizona, before backing into the station and loading passengers bound for a day at the south rim of the Gran... (more)
While a stack train heads east on BNSF, riders head towards the Grand Canyon Railway shops.
Old Alcos lead the train to the Grand Canyon today.
The Grand Canyon Railway Puts on a show as there daily passenger train Departs Williams for the Grand Canyon.
GCRY 6776 is leaving Williams Depot heading towards the Grand Canyon.
GCRY6776 and GCRY6871 pass Red Lakes with return afternoon train from Grande Canyon to Williams.