Bennett is the most frequented destination on the railway.

In its heyday, it was a large town that hosted miners as they built their boats and waited for the lake to thaw out. In more recent times, the Bennet Station house the main refreshments room for passengers travelling between Skagway and White Horse, as well as train crew.

Today, it has a Depot, two houses and an old church.

There is a loop and a triangle here where the trains can turn

On the first day of my visit (DATE) a tour of the site of Bennett had been arranged with the local Parks guide. We spent about an hour touring the ruins, including time at the Church.


The Group at Bennett.

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