A Long Way from the Corridor - Former Amtrak F40PH #286 leads the Hurricane Turn out on to it's namesake bridge. I often wonder if I ever saw her whipping down the former New Haven Shoreli... (more)
The ARR Alaska State Fair Train is in the depot area awaiting its 1pm departure to Palmer while the Seward-bound loaded coal train's three DP SD70s roll southbound in the background. The ARR P32 c... (more)
After stopping at the Summer Depot, The Hurricane train returns to the Winter Depot to unload the last of its passengers with ex-Amtrak F40PH number 32 on this end of the train. GP40-2 number 30... (more)
The Hurricane Gulch Bridge is the longest bridge on the Alaska Railroad, spanning 914 feet across and 296 feet above Hurricane Creek. In this view it plays host to the Hurricane Turn which has pul... (more)
The southbound ARR Hurricane Turn crosses a grade crossing in Wasilla on the return trip back to Anchorage. The Chugach Mountains in the distance stand in stark contrast to the sunshine being cast... (more)
The Alaska Railroad Hurricane Turn, one of the last flag stop trains in North America, has arrived back at Anchorage behind former Amtrak F40 #268 following its 340-mile roundtrip to Hurricane an... (more)
A former Amtrak unit brings up the rear of a Norwegian Cruise Lines extra, waiting in the hole for us to pass.
ARR F40PH power car brings up the rear on a passenger special to Whittier, AK on a rather rainy Fall day.