Export coal loads cross the partially-frozen Snow River on their southbound journey to Seward. Once across the river, this train will hit grades over 2%; one of the reasons these coal trains are ... (more)
ARR 4006 leads its 5000' freight over the Snow River, about to tackle the steep 2%-plus grade awaiting it before the final descent in to Seward.
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)
Three SD70MACs lead 92 loads and just shy of 7000 ft. of flat cars consisting of southbound containers for the Northland Services barge connection in Seward. This big train is curling across the ... (more)
Soutbound coal loads work along the shore of the mostly frozen Kenai Lake, less than 20 miles from reaching their destination, the port city of Seward. There, the train will unload its cargo for e... (more)
The Spirit of Wasilla and five sister MACs break the tranquility of the wilderness as they head south along the scenic shores of Kenai Lake with 66 cars of Seward-bound coal easily in hand.