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1 In northern Southeast Alaska, the White Pass and Yukon Route also partly runs through the state from Skagway northwards into Canada (British Columbia and Yukon Territory), crossing the border at White Pass Summit.
2 Yukon Route that runs between Alaska and the Yukon via British Columbia.
3 The White Pass and Yukon Route from Skagway, Alaska to Whitehorse, Yukon by way of Bennett, British Columbia is 3 ft (914 mm) gauge.
4 A small settlement was developing at Canyon City but the completion of the White Pass railway to Whitehorse in 1900 put a halt to it. The White Pass and Yukon Route narrow-gauge railway linking Skagway to Whitehorse had begun construction in May 1898, by May 1899 construction had arrived at the south end of Bennett Lake.
5 The trolley system runs on a small portion of the tracks formerly belonging to White Pass and Yukon Route.
6 Most of the riverboats were owned by the British-Yukon Navigation Company, an arm of the White Pass and Yukon Route, which also operated a narrow gauge railway between Skagway, Alaska, and Whitehorse.
7 However, the completion of the White Pass and Yukon Route railway in neighboring Skagway that same year led to the Dalton Trail's eventual abandonment and Haines' economic decline.
8 The White Pass and Yukon Route narrow gauge railroad, part of the area's mining past, is now in operation purely for the tourist trade and runs throughout the summer months.
9 It was not until May 1898 that the White Pass and Yukon Route began laying narrow gauge railroad tracks in Skagway.
10 The White Pass and Yukon Route operates its narrow-gauge train around Skagway during the summer months, primarily for tourists.
11 (The other Southeast Alaskan communities with road access are Haines and Hyder.) The White Pass and Yukon Route is a railway that formerly linked Whitehorse, Yukon in Canada to Skagway, the railway's southernmost terminus.
12 The White Pass and Yukon Route links Alaska with the Yukon.
13 In 1898, the White Pass and Yukon Route railway began to be built between Skagway and the head of navigation on the Yukon.
14 both east and west from Whitehorse after being ferried in via the White Pass and Yukon Route railway.
15 Trucks carried the ore concentrate from the mill by highway to Whitehorse, where the buckets were lifted from the trucks and lowered onto cars of the White Pass and Yukon Route railway.
16 The White Pass and Yukon Route (WP&Y, WP&YR) (reporting mark WPY) is a Canadian and U.S. Class II 3 ft (914 mm) narrow-gauge railroad linking the port of Skagway, Alaska, with Whitehorse, the capital of Yukon.
17 plc. For many years the railroad was a subsidiary of Tri White Corporation also the parent of Clublink and operated by the Pacific and Arctic Railway and Navigation Company (in Alaska), the British Columbia Yukon Railway Company (in British Columbia) and the British Yukon Railway Company, originally known as the British Yukon Mining, Trading and Transportation Company (in Yukon), which use the trade name White Pass and Yukon Route.
18 Yukon Route's river boats and railroad.
19 The steam engines, however, remain basic black.) In 1982, metal prices plunged, striking with devastating effect on the mines that were the White Pass and Yukon Route's main customers.
20 Yukon Route were laid right down to the docks, even along them, for the former freight and cruise ship traffic.
21 These cars were converted from Newfoundland's 1,067 mm (3 ft 6 in) gauge to White Pass and Yukon Route's 3 ft (914 mm) narrow gauge.
22 For the roster of White Pass locomotives and railroad cars, see List of White Pass and Yukon Route locomotives and cars.
23 Yukon Route in the building of the Alcan Highway during the Second World War.
24 Old wooden trestle, White Pass and Yukon Route.
25 White Pass and Yukon Route shops in Skagway, Alaska.
26 Yukon Route railway acquired the world's first container ship, the Clifford J. Rogers, built in 1955, and introduced containers to its railway in 1956.
27 In June 2018, Carnival Corporation announced that it had acquired the White Pass and Yukon Route from TWC Enterprises Limited for US$290 million.