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Total Tourist Railways in ALASKA: 3 Displaying 15 tourist railways per page.
White Pass & Yukon Railroad
Address: Postbox 435, Skagway, ALASKA, 99840 USA. Tel.: (907) 983-2214 Toll Free: 800-343-7373
Large View The White Pass & Yukon Route railroad is one of the most popular visitor attractions in Alaska offering scenic train excursions to more than 320,000 passengers a year from Skagway Alaska. Skagway is a restored gold rush town and headquarters of the Klondike Gold Rush National Historic Park. The railway operates on the first 40 miles (Skagway, Alaska to Bennett, B.C.) of the original 110 mile line which terminates in Whitehorse, Yukon. Passengers ride in restored and replica parlour cars, the oldest of which is #244, the Lake Emerald, built in 1883.
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Alaska Railroad
Address: P.O. Box 107500, Anchorage, ALASKA, 99510 USA. Tel.: (907) 265-2494 Toll Free: (800) 544-0552
The Alaska Railroad is the last full-service railroad in the United States. Our track covers over 500 miles from Anchorage to Fairbanks, Anchorage to Seward and Anchorage to Whittier. We have vista dome cars on the Coastal Classic and Denali Star. Please join us for one of North America's truly great scenic rail journeys.
Hits: 1053    Rating: 2.00    Votes: 11 Rate/Vote It     Added: 31-Oct-2002

Museum of Alaska Transportation and Industry
Address: Parks Highway, Mile 47, Wasilla, ALASKA, 99687 USA. Tel.: 907-376-1211 Toll Free:
The rail collection includes over 30 items of rolling stock, primarily from the Alaska Railroad. Diesel locomotives include Electro-motive F-7 #1500, Alco GE #1000, and two ex-U.S. Air Force Baldwin S-12 diesel Switchers. Also, two ex-U.S. Air Force locomotives - MRS-1 #1718 and GE 80 ton #1604, an Alaska Railroad hi-cube box car, and a standard height box/outfit car, both converted from WWII troop cars. Among the maintenance-of-way equipment are a Jordan Spreader and an two Industrial Brownhoist steam powered "big hooks". Revenue equipment includes the Lake Minchumina Pullman, circa 1920 tank car and wooden box cars, and Copper River and Northwestern Railroad Autorailer rail bus.
Hits: 449    Rating: 1.00    Votes: 7 Rate/Vote It     Added: 24-Aug-2003




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