The Sno-Train’s story is by far the most complex and longstanding out of all the Overland Trains. At one point in it’s history, it was connected to another Overland Train called the Sno-Freighter, providing power for it after catching fire and becoming immobilized. You can see the Sno-Train and its 3 trailers at the Yukon Transportation Museum in Whitehorse, YT. Read more about that story in my book.
- Building the Firestone 120x48x68 Tire Molds with a BETTS Vertical Boring Mill
- Sno-Train on Display with Marston Mats
- Augustin “Marty” Martinez and his Ties to LeTourneau’s Overland Trains
- Aerial Images of the Sno-Train in the Arctic Plus Salvage Yard
- The Sno-Train connected to the Sno-Freighter During its Recovery
- Sno-Train Augmented Reality