A pair of the Alaska Railroad's ubiquitous blue and gold MACs leads a Whittier turn southbound along the Turnagain Arm.
A southbound cruise train passes the popular tourist lookout point known as Beluga Point on its journey to the Port of Whittier.
In most cases a barge docking in Whittier will generate two trains in each direction. The first train south from Anchorage will be powered by Geeps. Upon arrival in Whittier the crew will tie thei... (more)
The sun has just set behind Mt Susitna of the Alaska Range Mountains as the Coastal Classic makes it's way north up the Turnagain Arm bound for Anchorage.
The short Glacier Discovery makes its daily return trip north toward Anchoarge behind ARR 3009. ARR 32 brings up the rear of this train.
Alaska Railroad SD70MAC 4318 leads a 7,000' container train bound for the barge in Whittier on a beautiful spring day along Turnagain Arm.
Southbound export coal loads twist and turn along the Turnagain Arm at Beluga Point on their trek from Usibelli Mine near Healy to the export coal dock at Seward. The three DPU SD70MACs can be see... (more)
A Whittier-bound freight train leans into the curve at Beluga Point with the morning sun shadows still stretching across the rock face in the background. This train will land its train in Whittier... (more)
A southbound Seward export coal train rolls along the waters of Turnagain Arm south of Anchorage. The terrain here is easy going for the six SD70MACs (3 on head end, 3 on rear in DP mode) but sout... (more)