Log Cabin

LOG CABIN, 660 km north of PRINCE RUPERT, in northwestern BC near the Alaska border, was a remote and lonely station on the WHITE PASS & YUKON ROUTE. Passengers arriving during the Klondike GOLD RUSH could alight here and take a rough 80-km overland trail to ATLIN. Log Cabin had a hotel, customs house and police post, and a post office from 1899 to 1909.
by Andrew Scott

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