Paige Car near Glacier (1934)
The 6-75 Paige car near Glacier at April 29, 1934. Boerries Burkhardt Collection.
Paige Car at Glacier (1934)
Doing service at Glacier Station at April 29, 1934. Boerries Burkhardt Collection.
Paige Car turning direction at Glacier (1934)
How you have to turn a automobile on rails is shown here at a wonderful day at Glacier April 29, 1934. Boerries Burkhardt Collection.
Paige Car drawing from WP&YR folio (1940)
This drawing is from the original White Pass rolling stock folio. It shows the 1927 built Paige car after his rebuilt. According the drawing the car came in 1933 to the WP&YR.
Paige Car 1
Another great image of my collection, Paige car 1 with the Pony truck at Carcross during WWII. Collection of Boerries Burkhardt.
Paige Car after rebuilt at Skagway (1944)
Picture by Guy Latham, collection of Jerry Latham.
Paige was a Detroit, United States based automobile company, selling high-end luxury cars between 1908 and 1927. The White Pass & Yukon Route converted a 1927 "6-75" seven-passenger Sedan to operate with his ruber wheels and rail support on rails. The car had 6 Cylinders; 68 Horsepower SAE and a wheelbase of 125 inches. He was built in 1927.
Information came from Bill Roberts Web Page and Wikipedia.