Freshly-painted ARR 3012 chills at the diesel shop in the ARR Anchorage Yard with a couple of MAC stablemates.
Fresh from the paint booth, ARR 3012 sits in front of the diesel shop in the yard in Anchorage. 3012 is the first unit to be painted locally in quite some time, and, sadly, she was the last GP40 ... (more)
ARR 4001 ("Spirit of Alaska") and ARR 4006 ("Spirit of Anchorage") shove a cut of two flats back into the yard as they put together their train for a run to Seward.
Delivered new as ARR 3000 in 1975, ARR 3006 was re-numbered to its current I.D. later that same year. Without a little digging, you'd never know this is the class unit of ARR's GP40-2s! Here, 38... (more)
A pair of Geeps rest in front of the Alaska Railroad's diesel shop. These two Geeps were purchased new by the ARR, and even though they are only separated by two years, they do have their subtle ... (more)
ARR 3006 spends a lonely but gorgeous summer evening on the south side of the Alaska Railroad's diesel shop. Built as the class unit of this order of GP40-2s in April of 1975, this Geep is one of... (more)
ARR 3001 and ARR 3006, two of the last three remaining Alaska Railroad Geeps to sport the as-delivered black and yellow paint scheme, have been paired together for the past few weeks and tend to h... (more)
A pair of Alaska RR switcher units gather at the Anchorage yard office awaiting their next assignment.
A pair of Alaska EMDs work in the Anchorage Yard with a string of tank cars as the last of the fall colors and the mighty Chugach Mountains stand in the background.