White Pass and Yukon Route MLW DL535E 103 idles peacefully at the Lake Bennett station in secluded British Columbia. The 1969 Montreal Locomotive Works product has just completed the Carcross, Yu... (more)
It's a toasty 106 degrees and F-18's roar in the distance as the USG 111 with its new paint scheme departs Plaster City and heads north to the US Gypsum Mine. This must be one of the last freight ... (more)
US Gypsum's narrow gauge mine train unloads at Plaster City.
US Gypsum's morning mine run has just completed unloading and shoves the cars back to their storage siding while the crew will switch out a water car. A narrow gauge MLW unit powers the train.
The next mine run is about to begin as USG's rail crew heads light towards their train on a warm November afternoon.
One of USG's rare narrow gauge DL535Es heads light through the aggregate unloader on its way to pick up a train of empties for a mine run.
Here comes another picture of the WPY #108 taken in the Skagway shops. To see the locomotive from the other end, refer to the photo #490584.
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)
On June 28, 2014 after ferrying from Haines to Skagway, Alaska, the drive up the Klondike Highway (Hwy 98) over White Pass into British Columbia, Canada offered an opportunity to capture one of th... (more)
Three classic narrow gauge DL535Es in White Pass & Yukon's trademark colors seen here holding on to one of the railroad's daily passenger runs heading down the rugged terrain along the Sawtooth Ra... (more)
As seen from the Klondike Highway (98), looking across the rugged canyon as the third of three near daily White Pass & Yukon passenger runs eases down the steep grades along the Sawtooth Range bet... (more)
The steam excursion train has just been turned around on the balloon track, it is waiting for a diesel powered train to pass before returning to Skagway.
A trio of Class 101 locomotives lead a train into Skagway.
WPY #108 is turning its freight train in the Fraser loop before returning home to Skagway. A Bernd Seiler charter.