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Statue of a Gold Rush guide and explorer sits at the center of Skagway Centennial Park, located on Broadway St., Skagway, Alaska. Oldest incorporated city in Alaska. It takes its name from the Tlingit Indian word meaning home of the north wind. Often called the gateway to the Klondike, accessible by air, sea, road and the historic White Pass & Yukon Route Co. railroad.,
Photo ID#: akd-3450

akd-3449

Statue of a Gold Rush guide and explorer sits at the center of Skagway Centennial Park, located on Broadway St., Skagway, Alaska. Oldest incorporated city in Alaska. It takes its name from the Tlingit Indian word meaning home of the north wind. Often called the gateway to the Klondike, accessible by air, sea, road and the historic White Pass & Yukon Route Co. railroad.,
Category: Railroad
Photographer: Patrick J Endres
Dimensions: 3072x2048
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