Rails To the Kenai - Alaska Railroad DVD4 of 5 (1)
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Ride the Alaska railroad from Anchorage to Seward, with a side trip to Whittier. You'll see the scenery of the Turnagain Arm, glaciers, the longest road (and rail) tunnel in North America, all from the train, moose, and of course the trains in the stunning scenery. At Seward, you'll take a boat ride to see the Kenai Fjords National Park and it's glaciers and wild life, take a plane ride to see brown bear fishing for salmon, and take an up close and personal look at the Exit Glacier. Full musical accompaniment, and narration to tell you the history of the area and the Alaska Railroad. Taped in July, 2004, with the full cooperation of the Alaska Railroad.
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Rails To the Kenai - Alaska Railroad DVD
rrvideoman on 2007-11-03 08:41:45.
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This video production is not what some may expect as a Railroad video. There is a slightly different format to it. The video is more what you may expect from a Travel Agency that is promoting rail travel somewhere. The general railroad theme of the video is there, but you will be given the impression that the producer is trying to encourage you to go to Alaska to ride the rails. There are cab rides, and ground shots, primarily of the passenger service, but some of freight service as well. The narration is well done, along with some music accompliment. The theme is as much educational as it is railroading. It's a video that you will learn a great deal about Alaska from travel to the geography of the region. And there is plenty of wildlife shown. I've shown this video to non-railfans, and received very good comments about it.