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Number Name Builder Date Remarks
282 1st Lake Klukshu Coast Steel Fabricators, Ltd. 1976 Purchased new. Sold in 2005. Resold to Georgetown Loop R.R. in 2007 (#282). Renamed Clear Creek by G.L. R.R. Klukshu was derived from a Southern Tutchone (Athabascan) phrase, which means round whitefish water place.
284 1st Lake Takhini Coast Steel Fabricators, Ltd. 1976 Purchased new. Sold in 2005. Resold to Georgetown Loop R.R. in 2007 (#284). Renamed Argentine by G.L. R.R. There is some uncertainty regarding the meaning of takhini. May have been derived from a Tlingit phrase, which means river in which there were mosquitoes.
286 Lake Kusawa Coast Steel Fabricators, Ltd. 1976 Purchased new. Kusawa was derived from a Tlingit phrase, which means narrow lake.
288 1st Lake McClintock Coast Steel Fabricators, Ltd. 1976 Purchased new. Sold in 2005. Resold in 2007. McClintock Lake named for Adm. Sir Francis Leopold McClintock (1819-1907), an Arctic explorer.

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282 coach "LAKE KLUKSHU" (2003)

Coach 282 at Skagway yard in May 2003. Image by Boerries Burkhardt.

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282 coach "LAKE KLUKSHU" (2005)

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284 Lake Takhini (2003)

Image by Boerries Burkhardt, September 2003

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284 Lake Takhini (2005)

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286 LAKE KUSAWA at Skagway (2006)

Image by Boerries Burkhardt, Skagway June 11, 2006

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286 coach "LAKE KUSAWA"

Image by Boerries Burkhardt, Skagway June 11, 2006

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286 Lake Kusawa (2003)

Image by Boerries Burkhardt

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286 Lake Kusawa

See all the happy faces at the coach. Skagway 2005. Image by Boerries Burkhardt

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288 Lake McClintock (2003)

Image by Boerries Burkhardt

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288 Lake McClintock (2005)

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