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Alaska Railroad

Alaska Railroad

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Crosses the Tanana River in Nenana on the Tanana River Bridge. The bridge was built in 1922 and at 700 feet this railway bridge is the third longest single truss bridge in the world.

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SLC_Images10-Dec-2013 04:24
Really great POV! VT!
larose forest photos05-Jun-2011 02:43
A very striking perspective. I feel as if I am standing next to the train!!!
Matt Tolton30-May-2011 03:47
Great shot V
waterfalls man25-May-2011 15:57
Excellent V!!
Marcia Colelli25-May-2011 00:53
Fantastic perspective V
Bill McMullen23-May-2011 22:51
Love the perspective on this great image, Glenn!
BleuEvanescence23-May-2011 17:07
Indeed...i agree with Steve, that picture is a real visual feast.
This bridge is very romantic...but is it as solid?
I can only hope so i guess :)
pkocinski23-May-2011 12:14
Awesome Glenn!
Cindi Smith23-May-2011 04:13
Totally perfectc. Excellent perspective. This rocks big time! BFV!
LeeG23-May-2011 03:50
This is a great point of view, I can almost feel the planks shaking along the boardwalk!
Hank Vander Velde23-May-2011 01:18
Neat shot Glenn. Great POV.
Mike Stobbs23-May-2011 01:09
Well done Glenn......perfect perspective on this shot......braVo...Mike
an nguyen22-May-2011 17:57
Beautiful perspective.
Ali Majdfar22-May-2011 17:43
Fantastic capture! ~V
Marcia Rules22-May-2011 16:54
neat angle. So much to like here...V
Earl Misanchuk22-May-2011 14:11
Superb, Glenn. I'm not sure I'd have had the guts to stick my head out in that situation, even though my rational self tells me that there's plenty of room. Big vote.
globalgadabout22-May-2011 13:42
a rivetting perspective and the illusion of seeing the entire bridge...ace shot...V
Brad Claypole22-May-2011 13:21
I like a man who ignores the senery and focuses on the real beauty! V
Dave Perez22-May-2011 11:59
Great angle of view! **V**
Steve Mockford22-May-2011 11:43
This is a real visual feast Glenn. The refection in the train is a touch of magic.
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