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  1. The Good Old Days

    The Good Old Days

    A Phoenix-bound Z train rolls past the American Orient Express at Williams, Arizona. September 20, 1996
  2. GCRY 29

    GCRY 29

    Grand Canyon Railway 29 pulls into Williams for its station stop just a few weeks before the announcement cancelling steam operations here. Glad I got it when I did!
  3. GCR 255 The Chief

    GCR 255 The Chief

    GCR 255 "The Chief" backs in to Williams station on 27 Aug 2007. This stainless steel Observation Platform Lounge Car was built in 1947 for use on the Atlantic Coast Line. The car serviced the route between New York City and Miami. It was purchased in 1971 and used to service the same...
  4. ATSF 999727 Williams AZ

    ATSF 999727 Williams AZ

    This beautifully painted caboose is on display in front of Max and Thelma's restaurant at the Williams, AZ station. Photo taken on August 27, 2007.
  5. Williams, AZ Station Sunset

    Williams, AZ Station Sunset

    The Grand Canyon Railroad daily train has just unloaded its happy passengers following its return from the Grand Canyon, Tuesday evening, August 28, 2007. The dome car on the left is GCR #7034 "Grand View" and the dome on the right is GCR 2097 "Kokopelli."
  6. Williams, AZ 1996

    Williams, AZ 1996

    The Q train for Phoenix passes the AOE in front of the station at Williams, AZ.
  7. Grand Canyon Railway #18.

    Grand Canyon Railway #18.

    Here Grand Canyon Railway #18 is sitting at the depot for the Grand Canyon Railway @ Williams, Arizona.
  8. ATSF #3751

    ATSF #3751

    ATSF #3751 gets some TLC during the 2002 NRHS Convention in Williams, AZ.
  9. BNSF #5088

    BNSF #5088

    EB stack train passes by rail crew mending a weld between the crossovers at Williams Junction, AZ.
  10. BNSF behind a 5'' flower...

    BNSF behind a 5'' flower...

  11. Westbound near Williams Junction

    Westbound near Williams Junction

  12. Eastbound near Williams Junction

    Eastbound near Williams Junction

  13. BNSF on Flagstaff, AZ - Williams Junction, AZ

    BNSF on Flagstaff, AZ - Williams Junction, AZ

  14. Grand Canyon Railway under BNSF

    Grand Canyon Railway under BNSF

  15. Search for snow

    Search for snow

    Good choice of dates for a trip from the UK in March 2000 resulted in fresh snow and sunshine around Williams. Here a west bound passes through Williams Jnc.
  16. Ken Williams on "Little Toot"

    Ken Williams on "Little Toot"

    This picture, first of all, was NOT taken by me! I do not know who the photographer was. It was probably taken in the early 1960's, and is definitely taken on the Williams' farm, where the Crowns were manufactured. That's Ken Williams himself at the throttle of this little 15" gauge...
  17. Waiting to return to Williams

    Waiting to return to Williams

    On a trip to the Grand Canyon, it was my honest intension not to make it train related, BUT.....she looked too pretty sitting there at the depot. More photos at www.tailsnrails.com




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