Skagway's railway built of gold
Skagway, Alaska is known as the gateway to the Klondike Gold Rush of 1898. But did you know there was never any gold found in Skagway itself? How did this little town become so famous? It was the furthest point a ship could sail up the Inside Passage to reach the Klondike gold fields-over the Canadian border, 600 miles beyond the port.
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#1 Jun 18, 2011
"But did you know there was never any gold found in Skagway itself?"
no kidding Ginger!
#2 Aug 7, 2011
#3 Jul 1, 2012
Go to www.hosfordprospecting.com
I beg to differ.
#4 Jul 1, 2012
until now eric
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