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Added: February 15, 2018
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Just wanted to say thank you for all your photos, especially the ones of the old F7's the ex-drgw equipment. Wished the ARR would have hung on a little longer to ex-drgw 5571 I have an Athearn Genisis version of her, not many knew she was truly an F7, because of the F9 grill work you see on the outside. What a treat to see her in operation in Alaska too.

Added: January 20, 2018
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Added: October 15, 2017
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John,
Thanks so much for hosting my father's photo collection from WW2 on your website. He was one of many stationed in Whittier Alaska, in practical total isolation, and charged with moving necessary military material from ships to the rail system. Few people have ever heard of Whittier or its role in the War and your site has helped to spread this information to many.
Regards, Ken


Added: September 22, 2017
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Hello, all ARR railfans! I have a special connection to the ARR, as one of John Combs's very special friends from Alaska, Donald C. Prince (featured on this website), was my uncle.

Although I was often together with Uncle Don, it was only one single time I was able to visit him in Alaska, back in 2002. A fantastic trip, to say the very least.


Added: April 16, 2017
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Been a long time since I checked in with you. I got distracted for too many years, but I have restarted building my O-scale railroad. I've completed 15% of the benchwork. Your site is a great source of information about ARR. Thank you!

Added: March 15, 2017
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Excellent website. I visited Alaska in 92, rode the entire Railroad. I hope to one day get back up there and ride the rails. I'm getting back into model railroading and you have some great info.

Added: March 2, 2017
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What a great website! I cannot believe the amount of information you have on your website. I plan on modeling portions of the Alaska Railroad in N scale. Thank you so much for sharing your obsession with us!

Added: December 26, 2016
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Awesome website! I am building the line from Seward to Anchorage in Trainz 12, your yard diagrams have been ESPECIALLY helpful! Thanks John!
-Ken :D


Added: November 23, 2016
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Hey John-

I just wanted to let you know that I've gotten more info off of your site then through the AK state archives and the AK railroad itself. I'm doing some research for work, and your site has been invaluable.

Thanks,
Chris


Added: October 13, 2016
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