With moments of light left before the sun sets, the northbound 130 crosses the Knik River bridge north of Eklutna With a quad of EMD's up front with another MAC DPU towards the rear. This entire s... (more)
ARR GP40-2 3012 is about to cross the Nenana River as they shove a car of ties to be unloaded in Suntrana for an upcoming tie renewal program later this summer. While not exactly what I had hoped ... (more)
With the knowledge of a late running south freight and clear skies forecasted I had plans to get to Talkeetna ahead of the freight and get a shot of the train exiting the bridge with Denali standi... (more)
The Alaska Railroad has more than a few large bridges. One of the more inaccessible ones is the one across the Eagle River located just a few miles north of Anchorage but deep within the confines ... (more)
After running through the most inaccessible part of the railroad the coal train finally comes back within viewing range of the road and crosses trail lake in Moose Pass.
The daily HEX departs Anchorage northbound over Ship Creek.
The south freight crosses the large bridge across the Tanana River in Nenana, just about 2 hours out of Fairbanks. This two man crew is still 10 hours away from their home terminal of Anchorage on... (more)
On June 28, 2014 after ferrying from Haines to Skagway, Alaska, the drive up the Klondike Highway (Hwy 98) over White Pass into British Columbia, Canada offered an opportunity to capture one of th... (more)
After following the charter as far as Portage I was fortunate and was able to pick up a northbound freight just out of Whittier for the journey north. Seen here with three GP40-2s crossing Glacier... (more)
The northbound Denali Star is minutes out of the stop at Denali National Park.Seen here in the Nenana River Gorge .
ARR 3010 leads the Glacier Discovery out of the Portage tunnel as it works its way south over Placer Creek toward its destination in Whittier.
Alaska Railroad's Aurora Winter Train creeps across Hurricane Gulch, stopping mid span to allow the trainload of passengers a view from the top of this impressive structure.
The White Pass & Yukon Route tourist train is crossing a beautiful trestle in the mountains. A very excellent trip!
An empty coal heads north crossing the Knik River Bridge at 148.3. It was a nice day in Alaska for a change and I enjoyed the opportunity to check a location off my bucket list.
It was a splendid cold Sunday with bluebird skies and crisp white snow abounding. An empty intermodal (bare table) train was called for a date with the Northland Services barge at the ARR's south... (more)