A set of DL535s rest after coming in with a Freight. At this time The WP&Y still ran Freight
WPY 90 leads a train full of cruise ship passengers on an excursion on the amazing White Pass & Yukon Route.
WPY 73 sits at the station platform in Skagway.
The unique shovel nose GE typically power the excursion trains. However, our power began to experience ground fault issues while enroute. The VERY unique DL-535Es were kept at the ready in Skagway... (more)
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)
Little train in a big landscape.
WPY #69 is arriving at the Glacier siding. After a short break, the train will continue its journey towards the White Pass summit.
White Pass & Yukon Route #90 being moved to the Port of Tacoma after being rebuilt at CEECO in Tacoma in 2009. The #90 had to be transported from CEECO to the Port on a home made flatbed.
Hey, buddy! Rotary snow plows are NOT allowed on the platform! I'm not sure I had ever seen a photo of a rotary plow being used to clear a station platform, nor could I recall ever hearing... (more)
Spring Cleaning. On its fourth day of operation, the White Pass Rotary Fleet completes the 2011 spring line-clearing operation, as it removes a 9 ft. high drift that has accumulated in fron... (more)
Rounding Ptarmigan Point. After flailing away for nearly 30 minutes at a long, deep drift on the west shore of Lake Fraser, the White Pass Rotary Fleet finally rounds Ptarmigan Point and he... (more)
On to Log Cabin. Charging north from Fraser to Log Cabin, the White Pass Rotary Fleet encounters little resistance from the generally thin cover of snow in the wide open spaces around Lake ... (more)
Shadows and Highlights. After stopping for water (and lunch), the White Pass Rotary Fleet leaves Fraser Station, bound for Log Cabin and eventually Bennett. As the train curves off to th... (more)
Water and Fuel Support at Glacier. The 2011 White Pass Rotary Run would not have been possible without the assistance of several dozen support personnel and multiple work trains bringing su... (more)
"Dispatch, the Rotary Fleet is at the summit." The radios crackle with Superintendent Hanousek's announcement that his rotary train is at the actual summit of White Pass (2,940 MSL) and is ... (more)