A pair of the Alaska Railroad's ubiquitous blue and gold MACs leads a Whittier turn southbound along the Turnagain Arm.
Southbound ARMS traffic, headed up by a couple of the Alaska Railroad's beautiful SD70MACs, makes good time along the Turnagain Arm, headed for the port city of Whittier. Just a few short hours la... (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)
A rare (for the ARR) northbound Whittier to Anchorage high-wide special winds its way along the Turnagain Arm in a scene that could very easily be mistaken for June instead of February due to sout... (more)
The ever-present risk involved with winter railroading in Alaska is very evident in this shot, as a northbound Whittier freight works by the remnants of two massive avalanches just north of Girdwo... (more)
In a scene reminiscent of many a Christmas postcard, southbound coal loads head over Snow River on one of the most photogenic bridges on the entire Alaska Railroad. Typically dramatic Alaskan back... (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.
The northbound Glacier Discovery Train is framed by the Chugach Mountains, the Turnagain Arm, and the New Seward Highway as it heads homeward toward Anchorage on a beautiful Alaskan summer ... (more)