WPY 73 sits at the station platform in Skagway.
The power behind the plow: White Pass #73. The antithesis of White Pass #69 is the beautiful Mikado you see here. This is White Pass Locomotive #73. It is quite literally THE last word i... (more)
Decorated for the fourth of July, WPY 73 is on display in downtown Skagway, it will pull a train up to Fraser, BC later in the day
WPY 73, decorated for the 4th of July, poses next to a GE shovel nose.
Decorated for the 4th of July, WP&Y 73 returns to the shops after hauling passengers to Fraser and back
The Mikado steam locomotive #73 is passing the loop at Fraser with a passenger train to Skagway. The 2-8-0 #69 is waiting on the main line for #73 to clear the way. A Bernd Seiler charter.
Day 4 - Bennett or bust! With the morning sunrise just over an hour old, the White Pass Rotary Fleet leaves Fraser Station for Bennett, to finish the 2011 spring clearing of the line. The... (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)
In Search of Snow! - White Pass and Yukon Railway narrow gauge rotary snow plow #3 (Cooke 1899) is departing Glacier and crossing the curved trestles as it marches upgrade. This location i... (more)
What a sight! - White Pass and Yukon Railway narrow gauge rotary snow plow #3 (Cooke 1899) is arriving at Glacier siding (14.1 miles from and 1871 ft higher than Skagway) pushed by steam lo... (more)
The 73 storms by with a Skagway Express while the 40 waits patiently in the siding with a local freight. Well, not really, but it looks that way in this Trains Unlimited photo runby.