The Grand Canyon is renowned for its natural beauty, but there's man-made beauty too, as exemplified by the Grand Canyon Railway.
Built in 1901, the rail service was the first motorized transportation to and from the Grand Canyon from the nearby town of Williams, Arizona, shrinking an eight-hour stagecoach ride to just two hours by rail. Cars have since become the most popular way to get to Grand Canyon National Park, but the railway service remains a way to turn a mere drive to the canyon into an experience. Is that experience worth it? We look at the top reasons visitors should take the Grand Canyon Railway.