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Reflection in water; Whittier, Alaska, with the Buckner Building

..The strangest town in Alaska, Whittier - only reachable by tunnel or ship. It's a stop off point for Cruise ships, and the Alaska raildroad. 90% of inhabitants live in one building! Originally established as a military base during World War two.....Reflection in sea water pool, Whittier, Alaska, destination for cruisee ships. The large square building you can see is the Buckner Building, - "A city under one roof". Built in 1953, this derelict building was abandoned but can't be demolished due to the amount of asbestos inside. It was damaged by earthquake in 1964.

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Alaska Stock, Whittier, Alaska
..The strangest town in Alaska, Whittier - only reachable by tunnel or ship. It's a stop off point for Cruise ships, and the Alaska raildroad. 90% of inhabitants live in one building! Originally established as a military base during World War two.....Reflection in sea water pool, Whittier, Alaska, destination for cruisee ships. The large square building you can see is the Buckner Building,  - "A city under one roof". Built in 1953, this derelict building was abandoned but can't be demolished due to the amount of asbestos inside. It was damaged by earthquake in  1964.