Vertical Alaska Railway 70 MAC

According to, the Alaska Railroad today is a Class II Regional operation with nearly 400 miles of trackage. Its lines are essentially a single mainline stretching from Seward in the south to Fairbanks in the north. It does a lot of freight business due to its two port connections, but it is also one of only a few private railroads (purchased by the State of Alaska in 1985) in the country to still host passenger trains regularly (especially during the summer months, serving vacationers). Its roster includes 28 of these EMD SD70MAC engines.

Oil on canvas, 8" x 16"

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