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PO Box 107500
Anchorage, AK 99510
The Alaska Railroad provides year-round rail transportation throughout Southcentral and Interior Alaska, traversing almost 500 miles of remote and wild landscapes and safely bringing more than 500,000 passengers to Railbelt destinations each year.
Here, you'll find information about Alaska Railroad routes, schedules, fares, and depot locations -- and when you're ready, you can easily buy a train ticket online.
Looking for more information about planning a trip with the Alaska Railroad? Check our Travel Planning page to learn more about day trips, overnight getaways and week-long itineraries.
Rich in frontier spirit and local knowledge, the Alaska Railroad is an enduring Alaska icon, offering an exceptional way to travel and see Alaska.

Alaska Train
3900 Arctic Blvd, Suite 304
Anchorage, AK 99503
800-266-8625 offers comprehensive information on, and real time online bookings for, all classes of rail service in Alaska. This includes the Alaska Railroad’s Adventure Class and GoldStar Domes, private dome rail cars such as the Wilderness Express and McKinley Explorer, and even the Park Connection Motorcoach. We offer summer service to all the major “rail belt” destinations including Anchorage, Denali Park, Talkeetna, Seward, Whittier, and Fairbanks. has detailed descriptions on each train service and the Park Connection Motorcoach, their schedules, and photos which accurately depict each rail experience.
The Park Connection Motorcoach offers twice daily service to and from Denali, Talkeetna, Anchorage, and Seward. The Park Connection is the only transportation offering same day service between Seward and Denali as well as direct service between Whittier and Denali on cruise ship days. is brought to you by the folks at Alaska Tour & Travel, one of the leading Alaskan travel companies for nearly 20 years. We have assisted over one hundred thousand visitors and their agents in planning their perfect Alaska vacation since 1995 and Alaska Tour & Travel books more independent Alaska Railroad and private dome seats than any other Alaskan tour company

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