WPY #69 is arriving at the Glacier siding. After a short break, the train will continue its journey towards the White Pass summit.
In 1969, to face the fast growing traffic (especially ore shipping), the White Pass & Yukon seeked to increase its diesel roster. The railroad turned to Alco (American Locomotive Company), precise... (more)
WPY #69 is arriving at the Glacier siding with a short passenger train. After a short break, the train will continue its journey towards the White Pass summit.
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)
This is the right way to drive the "Gila Monster"! In June 1908 the Baldwin Locomotive Works Co. of Philadelphia, delivered the second of two specially designed narrow gauge steam locomotives that... (more)
WPY #69 is arriving at the Glacier siding with a Bernd Seiler steam charter. Here the tender of the locomotive will be filled with fresh water. After that, the train will continue its journey to t... (more)
#69 is waiting at the Glacier siding for three regular tourist trains to go uphill before continuing its own way to the White Pass summit. A Bernd Seiler charter.
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)