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yellow diamondRosters: Jonathan Fischer shared photos from his 1994 trip: #2006 along the Susitna River, #3004 leads a southbound freight through Cantwell, #2808 leads a morning northbound freight over the Mears Bridge and #3012 is leading the southbound passenger train - 11/20/17
yellow diamondRosters: Here are the last scans from the 1920s era mechanical department equipment roster: caboose 1000 series, Brill trailer car #303, Brill gas car M-107, Brill gas-electric car M-114, baggage and express series 60, Northern Pacific Railway Company passenger coach 1-9, steel coaches 11 and 12, Great Northern Railway combination passenger and baggage car, Great Northern railway dining car, mail baggage cars 51 and 52, observation car Nenana, Great Northern Railway observation cars, Great Northern Railway parlor car Tanana, Great Northern Railway sleepers, outfit dining cars O-14-X and O-15-X and outfit cars O-2-X to O-13-X - 11/20/17
yellow diamondRosters: Here are more scans from the 1920s era mechanical department equipment roster: box car 800 series, flat cars and gravel spreaders 200 series, gondola 1200 series, Hart convertible car 1400 series, Oliver dump car 500 series, Oliver dump cars 1-33, refrigerator car 1500 series, Panama flat car 2000 series, Roger ballast car 600 series, Rodger Hart convertible car 1600 series, Seattle flat car 700 series, stock car 1300 series, stock car 1300 series (2), western dump car 500 series, wrecking outfit car 002, wrecking tool car 002 - 11/20/17
yellow diamondPicture of the Week: Tank farm - 11/20/17
yellow diamondNews: Brew 602 video - 11/18/17
yellow diamondRosters: I purchased an old (date unknown) mechanical department equipment roster and scanned in engineering drawings for rotaries 1 and 2, spreaders 1 and 2, Russell plow, Lidgerwood unloader, cranes 6 and 55, Bay City and Browning cranes, ditcher 101 and 102, Marion 40 steam shovel, Bucyrus 45 and 70 ton steam shovels, Bucyrus track driver #6, Business car A-1, portable outfit car, tank car #5 and steam locomotives 1, 10 and 20. - 11/15/17
yellow diamondNews: Alaska Railroad drops contentious policy around private property near tracks - 11/14/17
yellow diamondPicture of the Week: Work train at Summit - 11/13/17
yellow diamondRosters: F7B #1517, F7 #1522, F9 #1524, F7 #1530, Nos. 1838, 1532, 1515 and 1512 in Anchorage yard, Mate-2, and Nenana depot (1972) - 11/7/17
yellow diamondRosters: Baldwin 4-6-2 #901, power car #24 and McKinley Park #1512 south - 11/6/17
yellow diamondRosters: Beefing up the current passenger car roster with Curt Fortenberry's photos of 100, 101, 111, 207, 208, 351, 521 and 554 - 11/6/17
yellow diamondRosters: Many thanks to Jim Somerville for providing aerial photographs of bridges at Gold Creek, Hurricane, Kashwitna, Sheep Creek and Talkeetna - 11/6/17
yellow diamondRosters: Number 1500 brings the northbound Anchorage passenger into Fairbanks - 11/6/17
yellow diamondNews: Little Eska engine a reminder of Matanuska Valley’s coal-mining past - 11/6/17
yellow diamondNews: Alaska Railroad's 2018 Art Print by Alaskan artist Beverly Stevens - 11/6/17
yellow diamondNews: Restoring Engine 557: Work continues on last steam locomotive to run with the Alaska Railroad - 11/6/17
yellow diamondPicture of the Week: The HEX train - 11/6/17
yellow diamondNo. 557 Info: The October Engine 557 Restoration Company Progress Report - 11/1/17
yellow diamondHistorical: Added an update on the Whittier monument - 11/1/17
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