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RELIVE THE HISTORY OF RAIL TRAVEL 
ON BOARD OUR STEAM-POWERED TRIPS THIS SEPTEMBER!
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As Summer draws to a close, we're rolling out our vintage steam locomotive for 2 trips to Grand Canyon National Park and one very special event in September! Engine No. 4960 is the flagship of the Grand Canyon fleet of locomotives, famously fueled by waste vegetable oil since 2009. As the Train carries you to the South Rim, watch as people stake their places trackside for a rare shot of a working steam locomotive in action.

All aboard!

 
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STEAM SATURDAYS

Just two opportunities to ride behind No. 4960 remain in 2015 - Sat. September 5 & Sat. September 19. Both round-trips feature all five classes of passenger service as well as the Pullman Car. During the layover at the South Rim, be sure to make some time to take pictures of No. 4960 parked at Grand Canyon Depot.

 
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MAN VS. MACHINE

On Saturday September 26, Grand Canyon Railway will participate in a most unique event here in Northern Arizona. Over 200 cyclists of various skill levels will race our special steam excursion train pulled by No. 4960! This is a separate departure from our normal round-trip train that features our 1920's era Pullman Cars, and an exclusive photo run-by. Tickets to ride are only available by phone - 1-800-THE-TRAIN

 
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Grand Canyon Railway & Hotel
233 N. Grand Canyon Blvd.
Williams, AZ 86046
thetrain.com | 1-800-THE-TRAIN

Grand Canyon Railway & Hotel is located on Interstate 40 in Williams, AZ, just 30 minutes west of Flagstaff. The elevation is nearly 7,000 feet and the temperatures are typically 25 degrees cooler than the desert.

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