Monday, November 10, 2014

North From Sedona

Going north from Sedona, state highway 89A runs alongside Oak Creek.  About 15 miles north of Sedona, the road goes through a bunch of switchbacks, gaining several hundred feet of elevation in the northward direction.  At the top of the climb is an overlook.  Here's a view back down the canyon.

The next view looks westward and shows a few switchbacks.

This view looks eastward into a side canyon.

After continuing north to Flagstaff, I went west to Williams.  In downtown Williams is the southern terminal of the Grand Canyon Railway.  Here are a few of its coaches.

An old retired steam locomotive stands near the station.

Also near the station is this caboose from the Santa Fe.

Next to the Williams-Grand Canyon Chamber building is an old supply wagon.  The steam locomotive seen above is in the background.

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