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Taku Tram
Posted by: bcp (IP Logged)
Date: June 28, 2007 02:07PM

or Atlin Southern

An isolated piece of the WP&YR used as a connection between two of their lake steamers on the route from Carcross to Atlin. About 3 miles long. Engines 51, 52 and Duchess all spent some time there. There were flat and canvas-bodied enclosed cars, a passenger coach, and a motorized car in service at various times.

Duchess with a couple of cars:

51 traveling to or from service:

Duchess with a coach:

Bruce Pryor

Subject Written By Posted
  Interesting flatcar Andrew Brandon 06/28/2007 01:20PM
  Re: Interesting flatcar Fred Folk 06/28/2007 02:05PM
  52 bcp 06/28/2007 02:12PM
  Re: 52 Fred Folk 06/28/2007 03:35PM
  Re: 52-a true restoration challenge! El Coke 07/03/2007 10:22AM
  Taku Tram bcp 06/28/2007 02:07PM
  Re: Taku Tram AGreene 06/28/2007 04:59PM
  Re: Interesting flatcar 610bs 06/29/2007 06:48AM
  Re: Interesting flatcar Ed Stabler 06/29/2007 07:41AM
  Re: Interesting flatcar 610bs 07/03/2007 06:04AM
  Re: Interesting flatcar Dave Johnson 06/29/2007 11:58AM

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Denver & Rio Grande Western engine number 473 with train #426. Photographed: near Otowi, N.M., March 22, 1941.

Photo courtesy of the Denver Public Library Digital Image Collection catalog number OP-8204.

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