"Shores of Bird Creek"
A trio of Alaskan GP40-2s spring south along the rock shores of the Turnagain Arm with a hefty outbound train for the barge at Whittier. Taking p... (more)
Tourists fresh from a Norwegian cruise ship load onto buses at Anchorage International Airport after a ride along the Alaska Railroad from Seward.
"Alaskan Storm Light"
A scorched sky is slightly colored by an evening rainbow as the Denali Star closes in on Healy, AK.
ARR switch job Anchorage Airport spur switching jet fuel cars.
Alaska Railroad's, Denali Star Train, departing northbound, from Denali National Park on a fine spring day.
Two of the best ways to get around Alaska are by plane or by train. In this scene we mix them together as a southbound Airport Train rolls by the southern tip of Upp... (more)
"Above the Gulch"
Looking out the window of the west side of the train as we cross the famous Hurricane Gulch Viaduct. The view of the Alaska Range from the bridge is like none o... (more)
A trio of GP40-2s snake through the mountainous landscape between Girdwood and Portage as they drag a long Whittier-bound freight train south along the ... (more)
Alaska Railroad 3002, serving as lead locomotive, for the railroads ballast train, is seen tied up, in the Healy Yard.
Alaska RR at the time unnamed Fairbanks Anchorage passenger train passing Birchwood.
Alaska RR coal train about to cross George Parks Hwy 3 a few miles south of the famous Hurricane Gulch bridge
"Snaking Along the Arm"
A pair of MACs pull a long Anchorage-bound freight fresh from the Port of Whittier along the silty shores of the Turnagain Arm.
"Reflections of the State Fair Train"
Not too far behind the heals of the Southbound "Denali Star," the second-to-last Anchorage-bound State Fair Train of the... (more)
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)
Fall has arrived in South Central Alaska. A rather rare leader leads the 120N near Bird Point. The GP38-2s are usually yard power and to see and better yet hear one out on the mainline is quite a ... (more)