This village on the south bank of the Nenana River, where the railroad meets the river, served as home port for old paddle wheel riverboats that plied interior rivers for many years. The last surviving riverboat from here is now on display in Fairbanks, but the town still remains, and is still a supply center for many people up and down the Nenana and connecting rivers.

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Latitude: 64.55987
Longitude: -149.096259
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