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Seward Spotlight – Alaska Railroad



If you are looking to get to Seward without having to rent a car, The Alaska Railroad is a great way to take in the scenery along the way. Constructed in the early 1900s and spanning over 500 miles, Seward was selected as the southern terminus of the Alaska Railroad in part because Resurrection Bay never freezes over in the winter making Seward a year round port town. With boat and railway transport being the main methods for transporting supplies to Alaska, the Alaska Railroad helped put Seward on the map. Today, tourists use the Alaska Railroad to travel throughout the state to visit some of Alaska’s most beautiful places including Denali National Park. 

~ Danny