Featuring the Photography of Ken De Jean and Ken Goslett.
North America's most remote railroad is examined in all its beauty and unique operation.
The Gold Rush Trail of '98, pp. 4-21;
The White Pass Fleet, pp. 22-23
Diesel Locomotives, pp. 24-43; Freight and Maintenance Equipment, pp. 44-49;
Highway Truck Division, pp. 50-53;
Passenger Cars, pp. 54-57;
Gateway to the Yukon, pp. 58-59;
Skagway, Alaska, pp. 60-69;
Mile 7, pp. 70-75;
Glacier, pp. 76-78;
Tunnel Mountain, pg. 79;
Dead Horse Gulch, pp. 80-83;
Fraser, B.C., pp. 84-85;
Ptarmigan Point, pp. 86-89;
Bennett, pp. 90-95;
Carcross, Yukon, pp. 96-99;
Bear Creek, pp. 100-102;
Cowley, pp. 103-104;
MacRae, pg. 105;
Utah Transfer, pp. 106-111;
Whitehorse, pp. 112-128;
Morning Sun Books, hardcover with jacket, 128 pages, standard portrait book 8 x 10 in., Color photographs with captions.