Photographer's Note

This is the Twelfth of Twenty Four of my Grand Canyon Series.

The steam engine train only comes once a day. It stays for two hours and then leaves. Once the train leaves, the herd of deers come out of the trees and starts picking up whatever leftover food is thrown down on the railways. If you take the train from downtown City of Williams, it will be a two hour ride to thesouth rim of the Grand Canyon. The steam train is a restored 1920 Harriman coaches. They use the steam engine summertime but uses diesel engine the remainder of the year. This note was based on

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