Anton Anderson Tunnel is a cultural feature (tunnel) in Anchorage Borough.
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|Feature Name:||Anton Anderson Tunnel|
|Category:||Alaska physical, cultural and historic features|
|Description:||In Chugach Natinal Forest. The SE end of the tunnel is located 2.7 km (1.7 mi) W of Whittier and the NW end emerges in Bear Valley at Placer Creek.|
|History:||Named for Anton Anderson (1892-1960), Assistant Chief Engineer of the Alaska Railroad who was responsible for the location and construction of the Whittier Branch Line which includes this tunnel.|
(16.8 miles NW)
(17.4 miles NW)