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.
Contents:The Gold Rush Trail of '98, pp. 4-21;The White Pass Fleet, pp. 22-23Diesel 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;
Hardcover with jacket, 128 pages, standard portrait size, Color images with captions.