Whitehorse, Yukon Territory, Canada. (Yes, I know there’s an American flag on there, the Canadian one is on the other side). This railway used to go all the way down to Sakguay, Alaska, a distance of 110 miles. This small stretch has been revived in Whitehorse, and in Skaguay, you can ride the train 70 miles towards Whitehorse, but there’s a gap of about 38 miles that Whitehorse plans to bridge.
This is a 1920s street trolley, that has been adapted with a rolling diesel generator that rides along on a cart behind it and provides electricity.