The White Pass & Yukon Route tourist train is crossing a beautiful trestle in the mountains. A very excellent trip!
White Pass & Yukon Trains 1 and 2 meet and stop at Bennett, B.C. to allow all passengers to go inside the station for a sit-down hot lunch on Sept. 2, 1978. At the time, a 2-8-2 and rotary snowpl... (more)
White Pass Work Train. You've likely seen photos of the all-steam, White Pass Rotary Fleet at work clearing the line, but you likely haven't seen all of the logistical support that train ne... (more)
A long passenger train hauled by the WPY #91 and 99 is arriving at the Glacier siding on its way home to Skagway. Only a few minutes before the train arrived, a black bear quietly crossed the trac... (more)
The Chase Train. After photographing the White Pass Rotary Fleet crossing Bridge 14-A above Glacier Siding, our die... (more)
The steel bridge at Gulch was finished in the winter of 1901 and was at the time the highest steel cantilever structure in the world. It served faithfully until 1969 when the new 18A bridge and tu... (more)
Our charter train has just left the Carcross station. It is crossing the wooden swing bridge over the narrow neck of water between the lakes Bennett and Nares. The swing bridge was designed to rot... (more)
Meeting between a Shovelnose and two Mounties at the Carcross station.
This long train coming from Skagway has just made a brief stop at the Glacier siding to drop some passengers. From here, they will follow a small trail up to the Laughton Glacier.
WPY #69 hauling our charter train had to wait in the loop until the regular passenger train coming from Fraser and hauled by the showelnose #100 has cleared the line.
A passenger train descending from the White Pass has almost reached the Glacier siding on its way home to Skagway.