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Description: Alaska Roll 2 Alaska VS train POV snow-covered mountains in distance & lake / glacier, train proceeding along tracks. Fairbanks, Alaska VS street scenes, houses / buildings, Fairbanks train station (railroad station). Steam train on display. Bridge over Chena River, Fairbanks along the Chena River. VS lush wilderness / woods w/ snow-covered mountains in distance. VS train POV on tracks through Alaskan wilderness, passengers boarding train, train proceeding on tracks, views from train of log cabins, mountains.
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Clip #: AD-132-3
Length: 6:38
Color: B/W
Library: Getty Images
Decade: 1940s
Filmmaker: Andre de la Varre
Region: North America
Country: United States
State: Alaska
City: Fairbanks
Subject: Railroads
Original: 16mm
Keywords:
1930s, 1940s, travelogues, Alaska, United States, Alaskans, wilderness, countryside, country, mountains, mountain ranges, Denali National Park, Alaska Range, sleigh dogs, sledge dogs, sleddogs, dog sled dogsled, working animals, animal powered vehicles, Yukon Ridge, territories, transportation, trains, railroad, railway, ships, rivers, lakes, glaciers

Notes:
Travelogue from the 1930s or early 1940s in Alaska with street scenes and residential houses in Fairbanks and Anchorage, sled dogs being hitched to harnesses and a sled, train POVS of mountain ranges (including probably the Alaskan Range with the towering Mt McKinley), prominent historical locations along the Alaskan railroad, and views from a ship probably on the Yukon River with a glacier and mountains along the river banks.

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