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The photograph was taken after normal working hours. WP&Y 73 was under steam, & just sitting there unattended. It, & a flatcar were located just outside the two bay wood frame locomotive shed. Little did I realize that at the same date one year latter only weeds would be moving. Whitehorse was a great place to photograph trains not seen in lower BC.
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Caption: The photograph was taken after normal working hours. WP&Y 73 was under steam, & just sitting there unattended. It, & a flatcar were located just outside the two bay wood frame locomotive shed. Little did I realize that at the same date one year latter only weeds would be moving. Whitehorse was a great place to photograph trains not seen in lower BC.

Photographer:
James Booth [74] (more) (contact)
Date: 08/19/82 (search)
Railway: White Pass and Yukon (search)
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City/Town: Whitehorse (search)
Province: Yukon (search)
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2 Comments
  1. Found the original building – it was moved a 1/2 KM south of old location and now used by the Trolly in Whitehorse using the WP&Y tracks. Neat stuff! Would be great to see the full route ressurected to Whitehorse some day, all the track is still in place.

  2. Very cool. Thanks for sharing.

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