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|Appears to be a 727 on its way to Anchorage, Alaska||09/02/2006||401|
|written on Lake Hood airport Anchorage.||08/24/2005||347|
|The seaplane airport north of Anchorage International Airport is said to be the world┤s busiest seaplane port.|
There is one seaplane taking off (already posted here) plus dozens of seaplanes parked in the northern and north-eastern part of the lake as well as on solid ground to the south-west
|Container ships being loaded in Anchorage (Alaska)- the left one by trucks - the other one by crane.||06/08/2006||544|
|A helipad marking at the Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport in Alaska.||10/18/2007||483|
|There is a thawing lake near Anchorage. You could see ways and roads witch were used in the winter.||08/24/2005||276|
|Small plane flying over the water near Anchorage.||02/22/2006||302|
|Found these grass covered bunkers just north of the Anchorage AK airport and Radar site.|
22 in all .
Wonder what could be stored in them .
My first POST ,,, Hope I did this right
|A floating crane in Anchorage (Alaska)||06/08/2006||433|
|There are figures and traces in the snow. It seems to be a frozen lake with snow coverage near Anchorage. I think there are snow mobiles which have left this traces in the snow.||08/24/2005||508|
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The span is 1800 feet (549 m) long, with an anchorage to anchorage total length o...
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