Tourists ride a sightseeing train of the Alaska Railroad from vicinity of Mount McKinley, to Seward, Alaska.
Alaska USA Date:1928 Duration:2 min 7 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Tourists seeing Alaska from train of the Alaska Railroad. View from interior of a sightseeing car of the railroad. Passengers stand about and look out at the scenery as the train moves along parts of Alaska. View from the train traversing rail line along a river in vicinity of Mount Mckinley. Snow on the ground. View to the rear showing rugged terrain over which the rail line passes along the edge of a river. Closeup of a building with sign reading "Anchorage" and noting 353 miles to Fairbanks and 114 miles to Seward. View from inside the train as it passes through a Snow shed (aka avalanche gallery) where the light creates interesting effects. View exiting the snow shed. Steep mountain sides with snow in that area. View looking back at a curved trestle and track already passed over. Change of scene to the waterfront at Seward, where the train has arrived. Commercial boats and ships in the water. View of a seaman climbing a rope ladder in rigging of a ship. A mountain overlooking the city
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