White Pass and Yukon

Late Steam Engines

Late 1930's, WWII, and later


4

2nd #4 before going to White Pass

 

2nd #4 at Skagway

Hauling tourists in the lower 48


US Army 10 and 14 Were ET&WNC #10 and #14 (East Tennessee & Western North Carolina)

10 on ET&WNC

14 on ET&WNC

10 ready to leave for Alaska

More Photos of 10 and 14


Georgetown Loop #40 has arrived on 5 year lease



70 class

 

#70 new in 1938

Magazine Article

#70 wrecked in Skagway 1951

#70 wrecked in Skagway 1951

70 in Kansas City after sale

71 new

71 at the wharf.

71 arriving and being assembled

71 in Kansas City after sale

72 in Whitehorse?

72 after 1969 fire. Sold for parts to maintain 70 and 71.

A grimy 73 in Carcross.

A cleaner 73 in Whitehorse. Note the later style lettering on the tender.

73 in Skagway-silver pilot

73 in Skagway after restoration


80 and 81

Sumpter Valley 19 became WP&YR 81. SV 20 became WP&YR 80.

SV 19 and SV 20 tenders stayed on the SV to be used on the ex-Uintah 2-6-6-2's

SV 18 and SV 50 tenders were sent to WP&Y with the locomotives.

Sometime after WWII, 80 and 81 acquired tenders from the 190 class 2-8-2's

One of the ex-SV tenders ended up on the Tweetsie RR with a retired 190 class engine

Sumpter Valley 19

Sumpter Valley 19

Sumpter Valley 20

Photos of SV 19 and 20 and tenders 18 and 50 in transit to Alaska

19 and 20

19

20

18 and 50 tenders

Tenders 50, 18,

Locomotives 19, 20

In Alaska as 80 and 81

80 with SV tender

81 with SV tender

80 or 81 with SV tender

80 with SV tender

After the return to Sumpter Valley, Number 81 was restored to operating condition.

80 and 81 after return to SV but before restoration

80 and 81 after return to SV but before restoration

81 restored as SV 19, on display in Portland, Oregon.


190 class

#192 at Carcross.

190 class arriving at Carcross

Comparison of Australia Queensland AC16 and WP&Y 190 class

 

190 class tenders sent to Oregon with 80 and 81 when they were returned to the Sumpter Valley.

 

The same tenders later returned to Skagway


250 Class - owned by US Army and used on WP&Y in WWII(Ex D&RGW K28 class)

250 leaving Seattle on a barge

252 in Skagway, Alaska

More photos of the 250 class