Virtual Guidebook to South-Central Alaska
Seward
on Resurrection Bay, Seward Peninsula Alaska


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Harbor Train Station, imaginative re-purposing of Alaska Railroad rolling stock

(August 2, 2000)


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Campgrounds and other temporary uses are all that is allowed in the tsunami zone at Seward

(August 2, 2000)


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With 67 inches rain per year, raingear is an important thing to buy in Seward

(August 2, 2000)


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Fourth Street, the main drag in Seward

(August 2, 2000)


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Camping in the tsunami area on the Seward waterfront

(August 2, 2000)


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Ghost forest, reminder of the Good Friday Earthquake that devastated Seward in 1964

(July 30, 2000)


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Seward's northern waterfront, swept clean by the 1964 tsunami

(August 2, 2000)


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The rocky beach at Lowell Point, near Seward

(July 30, 2000)


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