About 75 years ago, the U.S. Navy built a marine railway in Unalaska. It was basically an underwater railroad that helped the military haul boats out of the Bering Sea during World War II.
Since then, the railway has slowly gone to seed and recently, it was demolished for good.
Next to Unalaska’s small boat harbor, in the shadow of Bunker Hill, construction crews are tearing down a piece of history.
“They’re loading up the steel carriage that they used to pull the boats up in,” says Joe Sacramento.