"A Ride to Remember"
Our round trip to Seward, AK aboard the Aurora was truly a ride to remember. No finer place to be at the moment then on the observation deck of a fancy moder... (more)
One of three remaining black Alaska Railroad GP40s holds the siding at Girdwood waiting for the southbound Glacier Discovery to arrive. A few moments late... (more)
"Alaskan Light Package"
All of the Alaska Railroad geeps slightly resemble those of the Southern Pacific with the L-Shaped glass and a similar light package. The only thi... (more)
A Whittier bound freight makes the tight corner at McHugh Creek with a long freight in tow. This picture really shows the vastness that is Alaska. The train is following the shores of Turnagain Ar... (more)
ARR 3006 crosses C Street in front of the Alaska Railroad's General Office Building en-route to the APU spur to switch out several customers. The APU Spur is the closest thing o street running the... (more)
With the forecast for the week showing sour weather, rain, clouds, and cold, a few moments of sunshine was a blessing as Alaska Railroad's Glacier Discovery trots South along the Turnagain ... (more)
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)
Over 7000 feet of manifest destined for Whittier and a barge for the lower 48 rolls along the Turnagain Arm a midst beautiful Fall colors on a gloomy Fall morning. Three of Alaska Railroad's beaut... (more)
A pair of MACs spend some time together in the heavy repair shop in the Anchorage shops.
The State Fair train crosses the Matanuska River as it returns to Palmer on a deadhead move.
Alaska Railroad runs a train from Anchorage to the state fair in Palmer on fair weekends.Here the fair train waits at Palmer for the trip back Anchorage.
An old Alaska Railroad logo fights through the heavy rust on the side of an old coal hopper.
Crossing the beautiful salmon-filled Placer Creek, Alaska Railroad's Glacier Discover is dwarfed by the majestic scenery of the Bear Valley.
The last State Fair train crosses the Matanuska River on its way to Palmer to take another load of fair goers back down to Anchorage.