360° VR Panoramas of the Southern Yukon Territory
Watson Lake
On the Alaska Highway, Yukon Territory, Canada


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The Alaska Highway in the Yukon

The Alaska Highway in the Yukon

Stormy weather on the the Alaska Highway along the Rancheria River

near Watson Lake, Yukon Territory, Canada

Date photographed: August 22, 2010
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Rancheria Falls, a portage point on the Rancheria River

Rancheria Falls, a portage point on the Rancheria River

Rancheria Falls, a small waterfall and nature trail on the Alaska Highway

near Continental Divide, west of Watson Lake, Yukon Territory, Canada

Date photographed: September 16, 2010
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The "Signpost Forest" began with a single sign to Danville Illinois in 1942

The famous signpost forest in Watson lake, begun by US servicemen building the Alaska Highway in 1942

Watson Lake on the Alaska Highway, Yukon Territory, Canada

Date photographed: August 22, 2010
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There are now more than 25,000 signs in the Signpost Forest

There are now more than 25,000 signs in the Signpost Forest

Starting in 1942 with a sign to Danville, Illinois, the Signpost Forest now has more than 25.000 signs

Watson Lake, Yukon Territory, Canada

Date photographed: August 22, 2010
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Construction equipment in the Signpost Forest, dating to construction of the Alaska Highway in 1942

Construction equipment in the Signpost Forest, dating to construction of the Alaska Highway in 1942

Construction equipment from the original Alaska Highway project, in the Watson Lake Signpost Forest

Watson Lake, Yukon Territory, Canada

Date photographed: August 22, 2010
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