|Service type||Flag stop|
|Locale||Matanuska-Susitna Borough, Alaska, USA|
|Current operator(s)||Alaska Railroad|
|Distance travelled||57.6 mi (92.7 km)|
|Average journey time||2 hours 30 minutes each way, 5 hours 45 minutes round trip|
|Service frequency||Thursday through Sunday (May through September)|
|Operating speed||59 mph|
|Track owner(s)||Alaska Railroad|
The Hurricane, or Hurricane Turn, is a passenger train operated by the Alaska Railroad between Talkeetna and Hurricane Gulch in Alaska. This train is unique in that rather than making scheduled station stops, it is a flag stop train meaning that passengers between Talkeetna and Hurricane can wave a white cloth anywhere along the route and the train will stop to pick them up. The train runs Thursday-Sunday between the months of May and September and the first Thursday of every month the rest of the year.
The Hurricane Turn is one of the last true flag-stop trains in the United States.