Carcross railway station

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Carcross railway station
White Pass and Yukon Railway
Carcross Depot WPY.jpg
Carcross heritage station building, now also used as a visitor information centre in the summer
Location 1938 Main St. Carcross, YT[1]
Coordinates 60°09′53″N 134°42′21″W / 60.1647°N 134.7057°W / 60.1647; -134.7057Coordinates: 60°09′53″N 134°42′21″W / 60.1647°N 134.7057°W / 60.1647; -134.7057
History
Opened 1910, 2007
Closed 1982-2007

Carcross railway station in Carcross, Yukon, Canada is a railway station which is used by the White Pass and Yukon Railway train service. The station is the northernmost terminus for passenger railway services on the line, with connecting bus services to Whitehorse, Yukon.

The building was designated a national heritage railway station in 1991.[2] The building was originally built in 1910 for the White Pass & Yukon Railway, being in service from 1910 until 1982.[3] Service was later re-instated in 2007.

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