More Photos from Alaska's Historic Roadhouses
In the Fall 2016 issue of Preservation magazine, travel writer Kate Siber takes readers on a journey through Alaska via its historic roadhouses. We couldn't fit all of the eye-popping photos inside our eight-page spread, so to make sure they didn't go to waste, we're featuring a selection of outtakes by photographer Kyle Johnson here.
Many of Alaska's 19th- and early 20th-century roadhouses have burned down or crumbled under the region's harsh weather conditions, but, as Siber writes, "a disparate group of Alaskans...are fighting to preserve the few that remain, running them as lodges, restaurants, stores, and museums."
Check out the photos below for more on what makes these cultural relics so special, and read the full story in our fall issue.