Photo: Alaskan Summer-Views from the train-Anchorage to Seward


A ride aboard the Alaska Railroad from Anchorage to Seward is one that I would highly recommend.  It provided me with one of the most exciting and  unbelievable opportunities to make pictures.  In every direction that I pointed my camera there was something breathtaking to capture.

Lake view of sun going down in Alaska

Train passing fields with of glaciers in Alaska

Train going around curve and trees in Alaska

Alaskan Railroad train passes through tunnel

Tin house filled with sand surrounded by trees and road

three trees near lake with mountains in background in Alaska

Alaska landscape view with stalks of grain in forefield and beautiful sky

Published by Lonnie

Lonnie Dawkins is a fine arts photographer in the Washington, DC area. His focus is portraits, portfolios, and events.

7 thoughts on “Photo: Alaskan Summer-Views from the train-Anchorage to Seward

    1. Thanks Edwin, The ride was the highlight of my Alaskan trip. I think the ride was about 2 and a half hours each way. Some scenes in Alaskan are so beautiful that they don’t look real! Enjoyed every minute of the ride.

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  1. Hello and first of all thank you for your kind comments on my blog. I love your photos here and have subscribed … looking forward to seeing and reading more of your work. Cordelia

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    1. Cordella,
      Thank you for your commenting also. It is great to have a connection in Scotland. I enjoy reading your posts and I am happy to be able to see and learn more about your beautiful country. By the way running an inn sounds very interesting.
      Best,
      Lonnie

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      1. The one thing I can say about running an inn Lonnie is that every day is different!! Cordelia

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