St. Saviour’s Anglican Church
Carcross, Yukon Territory
Canada

Yashica Mat 124G + Plus -X Pan B&W negative film

Perhaps the most photographed town in the Yukon, Carcross was originally named Caribou Crossing for the herd of caribou that swam the narrows between Bennett and Nares lakes. Carcross was a major staging area during the Klondike Gold Rush in 1898.

Population: 431

Comments

  • RanyLutz
    RanyLutzover 3 years ago

    There were a lot of these stoves in Lewiston Idaho when we lived there. You could buy a kit to modify your own barrel. When it burned out, you just transferred the kit parts to a new barrel. They worked great for a very large store, barn, etc.

  • They are perfect for the north. They take long pieces of wood and they are lighter then a regular stove. Light is good if your hauling it to a cabin in the wilderness!! Thanks Rany

    – Harry Snowden

  • James2001
    James2001over 3 years ago

    Great shot Harry. James

  • Thank you James!

    – Harry Snowden

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