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Photo ID: 632019

While I have taken more than a few shots from this location of passenger trains this is the first freight I have managed to catch crossing one of the most iconic bridges on the Alaska RR. And it a... (more)

Railroad: Alaska Railroad
Locomotive: EMD GP40-2
Location: Hurricane, Alaska, USA
Locomotive #: ARR 3010
Train ID: 591W
Photo Date: September 15, 2017


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By: Frank Keller

Added: Sep 27, 2017

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Photo ID: 620582

Alaska Railroad's unique Hurricane Turn is sitting on its namesake The Hurricane Bridge over Hurricane Gulch. This bridge is 916' long and 296' from the top of the rail to the bottom of the Gulch.... (more)

Railroad: Alaska Railroad
Locomotive: EMD GP40-2
Location: Hurricane, Alaska, USA
Locomotive #: ARR 3009
Train ID: 240W
Photo Date: June 19, 2017


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By: Frank Keller

Added: Jun 20, 2017

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Photo ID: 611014

Alaska Railroad's southbound Fairbanks to Anchorage freight, symbol 130S, is seen near Hurricane, Alaska, with a quartet of SD70MACs on the head end - 4325, 4014, 4016 and 4007 - with another SD70... (more)

Railroad: Alaska Railroad
Locomotive: EMD SD70MAC
Location: Hurricane, Alaska, USA
Locomotive #: ARR 4325
Train ID: ARR 130S (11)
Photo Date: March 12, 2017


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By: Kevin Burkholder

Added: Mar 24, 2017

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Photo ID: 606245

A late fall snow storm in 2015 dumped a a lot of snow on interior Alaska necessitating the ARR to call out a "snow fleet." Here we see the two GP40-2s bracketed by ARR Spreaders #9 (blt... (more)

Railroad: Alaska Railroad
Locomotive: EMD GP40-2
Location: Hurricane, Alaska, USA
Locomotive #: ARR 3010
Train ID: Snow Fleet
Photo Date: November 30, 2015


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By: Dave Blaze...

Added: Feb 10, 2017

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Photo ID: 597156

A condensed, Denali Star Train, passes through Hurricane, Alaska. The shortened train, and the dead fireweed, signal that winter is near for the state. I would be leaving the Last Frontier, only f... (more)

Railroad: Alaska Railroad
Locomotive: EMD SD70MAC
Location: Hurricane, Alaska, USA
Locomotive #: ARR 4318
Train ID: 230S
Photo Date: September 17, 2016


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By: Aaron Pedersen

Added: Nov 23, 2016

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Photo ID: 593126

Alaska RR coal train about to cross George Parks Hwy 3 a few miles south of the famous Hurricane Gulch bridge

Railroad: Alaska Railroad
Locomotive: EMD GP49
Location: Hurricane, Alaska, USA
Locomotive #: ARR 2808
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: June, 1994


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By: Joe Blackwell

Added: Oct 18, 2016

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Photo ID: 589930

Those of you who are long time followers of RP.net may recall this photo and the story that accompanied it from 5 years ago. Click h... (more)

Railroad: Alaska Railroad
Locomotive: EMD GP40-2
Location: Hurricane, Alaska, USA
Locomotive #: ARR 3009
Train ID: Hurricane Turn
Photo Date: September 19, 2016


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By: Dave Blaze...

Added: Sep 21, 2016

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Photo ID: 563120

Perhaps the most spectacular bridge on the Alaska Railroad is the one spanning Hurricane Gulch around MP 284. It is a signature location on the railroad and one of my personal favorites as well. T... (more)

Railroad: Alaska Railroad
Locomotive: EMD GP40-2
Location: Hurricane, Alaska, USA
Locomotive #: ARR 3011
Train ID: 240W
Photo Date: August 18, 2012


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By: Frank Keller

Added: Jan 24, 2016

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Photo ID: 557277

An extra company work train has two Geeps and two spreaders, one on each end, as they set about clearing the mainline and siding at Hurricane after an earlier snow fall. With roughly 5 hours of da... (more)

Railroad: Alaska Railroad
Locomotive: EMD GP40-2
Location: Hurricane, Alaska, USA
Locomotive #: ARR 3007
Train ID: 590W
Photo Date: November 29, 2015


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By: Frank Keller

Added: Dec 06, 2015

Views: 2,463
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Favorited: 15
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Photo ID: 556849

Alaska Railroad spreader 9 has the left wing out and is sculpting the snow banks along the main at Hurricane. A powerful winter storm the day before Thanksgiving had trapped a train north of Talke... (more)

Railroad: Alaska Railroad
Locomotive: EMD GP40-2
Location: Hurricane, Alaska, USA
Locomotive #: ARR 3010
Train ID: 590W
Photo Date: November 29, 2015


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By: Frank Keller

Added: Dec 02, 2015

Views: 2,341
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Photo ID: 556711

After helping free a snow bound train north of Talkeetna the snow fleet with spreaders 8 & 9 and GP40-2s 3010 & 3007 were sent further north to clear sidings as far north as Healy. Seen here arriv... (more)

Railroad: Alaska Railroad
Locomotive: EMD GP40-2
Location: Hurricane, Alaska, USA
Locomotive #: ARR 3010
Train ID: 590W
Photo Date: November 29, 2015


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By: Frank Keller

Added: Dec 01, 2015

Views: 7,926
Comments: 3

Favorited: 38
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Photo ID: 548862

The company work train is about to cross the Parks Highway just about a mile or two south of Hurricane where they will tie up for the night. They train is moving material for the overpass that is ... (more)

Railroad: Alaska Railroad
Locomotive: EMD GP40-2
Location: Hurricane, Alaska, USA
Locomotive #: ARR 3010
Train ID: 591W
Photo Date: March 31, 2015


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By: Frank Keller

Added: Oct 03, 2015

Views: 2,565
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Favorited: 28
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Photo ID: 547731

After a challenging 40 minute hike through bear infested woods that left us soaked from head to toe and exhausted, and a quick refresh course on Lumberjack 101 thanks to Blaze, we were rewarded wi... (more)

Railroad: Alaska Railroad
Locomotive: EMD GP40-2
Location: Hurricane, Alaska, USA
Locomotive #: ARR 3011
Train ID: ARR 240W
Photo Date: September 04, 2015


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By: Steven M. Welch

Added: Sep 24, 2015

Views: 2,059
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Photo ID: 520396

We had hoped to hike in to Hurricane Bridge to shoot the SB passenger train with a winter scene but with waist deep snow we settled on the not often photographed NSS Hurricane instead.

Railroad: Alaska Railroad
Locomotive: EMD SD70MAC
Location: Hurricane, Alaska, USA
Locomotive #: ARR 4322
Train ID: 235S Aurora
Photo Date: February 22, 2015


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By: Frank Keller

Added: Feb 24, 2015

Views: 2,121
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Favorited: 7
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Photo ID: 404252

One of the signature locations on the Alaska Railroad is the Hurricane Bridge over Hurrican Gulch. The bridge is over 300 feet above Hurricane creek. When riding the train this bridge appears out ... (more)

Railroad: Alaska Railroad
Locomotive: EMD SD70MAC
Location: Hurricane, Alaska, USA
Locomotive #: ARR 4325
Train ID: Denali Star
Photo Date: July 17, 2012


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By: Frank Keller

Added: Jul 23, 2012

Views: 5,029
Comments: 4

Favorited: 28
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