Railroad Alaska Season 1
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- Languages:English (Published), English (Original Language), English (Unknown)
- Number Of Discs:2
- Running Time:276 Minutes
- Shipping Weight (lbs):0.22
- Dimensions (in):7.5 x 5.5 x 0.5
- Publication Date:2016
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These rails carry both freight and passengers across the vast Alaskan terrain. The crews face a constant threat of deadly avalanches, blizzards, freezing temperatures and dangerous wildlife to keep this crucial lifeline running.
Frozen Danger - Off-grid settlers Jim, Nancy and John face being stranded without basic necessities when an avalanche hits and blocks the track. Roadmaster Hugh Evans battles freezing temperatures to get propane to the off-gridders before they literally freeze to death.
The Beast - A devastating snowstorm blocks Alaska's lifeline. Danny and Animal to bring out the Beast, a 67 ton snowplow - and race to clear the way for a freight train hauling vital diesel to Seward. And homesteaders, Mary and Clyde, need an emergency generator.
Killer Ice - When ice threatens to shut down the rails, pregnant off-gridder Amanda Simpson is left stranded while her friend seeks out supplies. Brakemen Danny and Animal must transport $5 million worth of freight to Anchorage, navigating a wild moose on the rails.
Disaster Trail - Off the grid brothers, Steven and Jonathon, must fix a collapsing roof on their cabin before a life-threatening snowstorm. Brakemen, Danny and Animal, race to deliver military equipment to Anchorage when a car derails, threatening to shut down the line.
Ice Dagger - Hugh Evans finds a broken rail switch that threatens to derail a train and stop crucial medical supplies from getting through to homesteaders, Clyde and Mary Lovel, and Roadmaster Bruce must shoot down a twenty-ton icicle before it hits a train.
Spring Attacks - With the spring thaw comes floodwater that threatens to wash away a section of track that Roadmaster Bruce must race to repair. The spring also means bears, which pose a danger to settlers Jim and Nancy as they make their way to the passenger train.
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