On a quiet Sunday afternoon an ARR Geep sits just north of the diesel shop next to the wheel garden on the back shop lead track. The 3012 wears the classic 1980s ARR livery.
The long hood from ARR #3001 rests on a company service flat car sitting on the old sand track just north of the ARR diesel shop. The rest of the GP40-2 is in the backshop for heavy repair/rebuil... (more)
The ARR Fair Train consisting of a GP38-2 and two Budd RDCs boards passengers at the Anchorage historic depot for the journey up the mainline to Matanuska Junction and then up the freight only Pal... (more)
The old meets the new at the north side of the diesel shop. The silvered trucks on HEP equippped passenger MAC sitting on House 1 contrasts with the war weary GP40-2 sitting on House 3 still in v... (more)
A southbound Alaska Railroad/Princess Cruiseline train meets the northbound Denali Star along the line north of Anchorage.
On an early summer morning, the Coastal Classic is reflected in the waters of Potter Marsh
The Alaska Railroad's Glacier Discovery train enters Anchorage on a summer evening
It's 9:30 PM...only a couple more hours of daylight left. The city's floral arrangements complement the railroad's colors nicely.
ARR 3008/4324 pull into the Anchorage yard with a stack train.
Two trains line-up in late evening setting sun: GP40-2 3008 and SD70MAC 4324 lead one train and SD70MAC's 4015,4014,4012 with GP40-2 3006 lead the other.
Looking like a bad example of using 15" radius track on the HO layout, ARR 4015/4014/4012/3006 twist around a tight yard turn with two flat cars
Southbound coal train with SD70MAC's 4006/4318/4321 on head-end and 4011 at rear moves into yard in fading light at 8:30 pm
The Alaska Railroad Hurricane Turn, one of the last flag stop trains in North America, has arrived back at Anchorage behind former Amtrak F40 #268 following its 340-mile roundtrip to Hurricane an... (more)