The WPY #73 is running around the loop at Fraser with a regular summer passenger train to Skagway.
When I was a little kid (50 years ago), I received a book including a few pictures of the White Pass and Yukon Route. Since that time, I dreamed to visit myself that fantastic line. Thanks to Ber... (more)
In June 1908 the Baldwin Locomotive Works Co. of Philadelphia, delivered the second of two specially designed narrow gauge steam locomotives that had been ordered by the WP&YR. Designated as Engin... (more)
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.
Railroad Attire - Alaskan Style! - Only in Alaska would typical railroad work clothes include ExtraTuffs. Considering the wet heavy sloppy snow it's probably a smart choice. Here White Pa... (more)
Severe Clear! - What a day for plowing...After two hard days battling snow in a short four mile stretch of drifts in the deep cuts of White Pass Summit the rotary fleet has much better cond... (more)
Snow Fleet - 1940s style! - In fact were it not for the "modern" #73 steam locomotive pushing this could be titled "1920s style." White Pass and Yukon Railway narrow gauge rotary plow #3 (... (more)