Anchorage, Alaska, United States and surroundings traveler photos – TripAdvisor TripWow – Tour of Anchorage, United States created at TripWow by TravelPod (a TripAdvisor™ company) TripAdvisor™ TripWow Slideshow of Anchorage by TravelPod. Cities visited on this trip: – Anchorage, Alaska, United States – Seward, Alaska, United States Photos in this video: – “Alaska Native Heritage Center” by Nocknock from a blog titled “Anchorage, Alaska” – “Anchorage Museum of History and Art” by Luvntravln from a blog titled “The End; We Will Return!” – “Resolution Park” by Jennasmith from a blog titled “”Big” city” – “Holy Family Cathedral – Anchorage, AK” by Cincy from a blog titled “Our Day in Anchorage, AK” – “Anchorage Ship Creek” by Ranlo from a blog titled “Anchorage- June 13-15” – “Fishing on Ship Creek” by Stevegrace from a blog titled “Anchorage, Alaska” – “Salmon catch at Ship creek” by Livingthedream from a blog titled “Alaska – daylight 22 hours a day!!” – “Point Woronzof” by 2jgstl from a blog titled “A Day in Anchorage” – “Prince William Sound Ferry Crossing” by Usa2009aswm from a blog titled “Prince William Sound – Day 10” – “Whale bones in Kincaid Park” by Eagle46 from a blog titled “Anchorage Adventures” – “Beer Can Lake, Kincaid Park, Anchorage” by Neeterb from a blog titled “Around Anchorage” – “Earthquake park monument” by Ddwpsyd from a blog titled “Back to civilization” – “Plaque in Earthquake Park” by Eagle46 from a blog titled “Anchorage Adventures” – “Monument at Earthquake Park” by Vwinans from a blog titled “Anchorage

Here’s something you don’t see everyday; an old-school 1980s MCI!!! Alaska Tours MCI 102-A3 #422 on New York Avenue in Union City on a Charter during the Thursday Afternoon Rush; too bad this bus doesn’t have the DD 8V92TA engine, but it’s Detroit Diesel 6V92TA engine sounds GOOD!!! A rare gem in an era were 21st century buses predominate the streets.
Video Rating: 5 / 5

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5 Responses to Anchorage, Alaska, United States and surroundings traveler photos – TripAdvisor TripWow

  1. juan833blue says:

    @BassmanII You’re Right, and MCI A-Series prior to 1989 did not have the extra brake light, the A’s from 1989 and after did have the brake light and some MCI C-series had the same light arrangement.

  2. BassmanII says:

    That’s a 1988 or earlier coach. The abscence of the third brake light is the giveaway.

  3. mmZo6 says:


  4. baul104 says:

    I defintely don’t see any MCI-102A3s or MCI-102C3s everyday. The rarest one is the 8V92TA(and some with 8V71’s) powered one. In fact, I’ve caught a recording of the late-80’s or early-90’s Plaza Travels Charters & Tours MCI-102A3 bus #4906 since October of 2009 and it had the monster 8V92TA engine!

  5. TheTransitCamera says:

    Nice, I saw a similar one in St. Paul a few days ago. The engine does sound great.