While I prefer to take photos with at least some sun that isn't always possible. Sometimes you just need to get out and take the picture such is the case here when the Alaska Railroad put together... (more)
I haven't shot much on the ARR lately, but it was a Friday holiday and a southbound was leaving Anchorage for Whittier in perfect light. Most importantly, my dear friend Frank Keller was out with... (more)
I haven't shot much on the ARR lately, but it was a Friday holiday and a southbound was leaving Anchorage for Whittier in perfect light. And my dear friend Frank Keller was out with his family so... (more)
The 181S slows as it approaches the north end of Portage. The train is bound for the dumper at Seward and eventually export.
One of the first sun holes of the day is perfectly timed with the southbound Denali Star as it slows to meet the northbound at Broad Pass. This area is being reworked to have a over pass put in ov... (more)
3 MACs and GP40 lead a northbound train of sand along Turnagain Arm at MP 95 on a blustery winters day.
The train is in the middle of nowhere. It is about 12 miles south of Portage Alaska on the Seward Branch. The rail line follows the Placer River, which the train is crossing and makes a sharp righ... (more)
On a late summer morning the southbound export coal train negotiates all the twists and turns along the shores of Turnagain Arm and MP 86 of the Kenai Subdivision en route to Seward.
Although the winters are long and often difficult from both a weather and a train perspective there are benefits. One such benefit is that you do not have to drag yourself out of bed at an early h... (more)
In what's decidedly a very non-winters view 3012, the newest painted unit on the roster, leads 3 sisters south as they enter 20 Mile Valley near Portage en-route to Whittier and a date with the AR... (more)
A lot of material at the baggage car at the Spencer Whistle Stop. At this place many passengers leave the train for trekking, walking or riverrafting
This car waits until the Southbound Denali Star has passed. The photo is taken from the open deck at the double deck car
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)
That's symmetry: View at the trip from Anchorage to Seward through the panorama deck in the morning sun
The engineer on a southbound coal train leans out and gives a big wave as he makes his way to Seward.