White Pass Railroad train seventeen miles from Skagway — early 20th century


c. 1900 – 1930

Photographer.: J. Doody

Forms part of: Frank and Frances Carpenter collection (Library of Congress).

Gift; Mrs. W. Chapin Huntington; 1951.

This image cropped and digitally enhanced, 03/18/2006 © MpG

Public domain digital file from image available at loc.gov:

This image cropped and digitally enhanced, 03/18/2006 © MpG

We rode this same route, by an excursion train on the White Pass Railroad in July of 2002. The view is still very much the same. Skagway and the ocean are in the valley in the upper right of the photo.

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