The Sno-Train has been on display at the Yukon Transportation Museum (https://goytm.ca) for over 10 years. They have a wide array of museum and Sno-Train swag for you to choose from. You can order your own Sno-Train LCC-1 swag from their online store at https://yukon-transportation-museum.shoplightspeed.com.
When I watch or read about Overland Trains, authors typically forget, or don't know, that there are 6 of them.…Continue Reading
Sno-Train exterior parts identification. Image: Illustrated Parts Catalog for the Army Sno-Train, March 30, 1955Continue Reading
The Sno-Train arrived in Houghton Michigan in the middle of February 1956. It would stay there until early April 1956,…Continue Reading
The Sno-Train arrived in Greenland in June 1956. It was being tested in extreme conditions. The Army Transportation Corps was…Continue Reading