Alaska Railroad photo contest ends Sunday (Jan. 9)

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A screen capture image from the Alaska Railroad Facebook page. A photo contest for the railroad ends Jan. 8.
Alaska Railroad (via Facebook)
ANCHORAGE, Alaska — Representatives at the Alaska Railroad have announced the finalists of the railroad’s “Catch the Train” photo and calendar contest. The next phase of the annual contest asks the public to vote for their favorite photo among the finalists to help select a grandprize winner.

The contest finalists are:
• Raymond Menzie, Stewart Sterling (for three photos) and Ben Traylor (for four photos) of Anchorage, Alaska
• Nicole Casaletto (for two photos) of Chicago
• John Combs (for two photos) of Brookeville, Ohio
• Laura Glenn of Rocky River, Ohio
• Cale Green of Eagle River, Alaska
• Ceasar Ramirez of Montclair, Calif.
• Brandon Rathgeber of Renton, Wash.
• Michael Sullivan of North Arlington, N.J.
• Frank Wininger of Wasilla, Alaska

All of the finalists will have their images featured in the railroad’s 18-month 2017-2018 calendar.

Voting has now opened to the public via the railroad’s Facebook page to choose the grandprize photo winner, who will receive the cover photo for the calendar, $1,500 and round-trip rail travel for four.

Online voting is open now through Sunday, Jan. 8 in this link.

A winner will be announced on Monday, Jan. 9.

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