The B.Y.N. Co. Ticket Oﬃce/La billettetereie de la compagnie B.Y.N.
This structure, built in 1900, is all that remains of a larger complex that included a warehouse and dock. At the time of the gold rush and for years afterwards, the riverfront was the transition point between Dawson City and the rest of the world. Riverside facilities were developed until they stretched in a solid line across the city’s length. For most people, it was the first thing that greeted them as the arrived in Dawson City – and the last thing they saw as the left.
Cette structure, construite en 1900, est la seule partie restante d’un grand complexe qui comprenait un entrepôt et un quai. À l’époque de la ruée vers l’or et pendant de nombreuses années par la suite, le quartier riverain était le point de transition entre Dawson City et le reste du monde. On a aménagé des installations le long de la rivière jusqu’à ce qu’elles forment une suite ininterrompue le long de la ville. Pour la plupart des gens, ce quartier a été leur primière vue de Dawson City à leur arrivée et leur dernière à leur départ. Photo: Yukon Archives/University of Alaska Archives Collection/Archives du Yukon/Archives de la University of Alaska Parks Canada/Parcs Canada
Erected by Parks Canada/Parcs Canada.
Other nearby markers. At least 8 other markers are within walking distance of this marker. Palace Grand Theatre/Le théâtre Grand Palace (about 120 meters away, measured in a direct line); Post Office/Le bureau de poste (about 180 meters away); Madame Tremblay’s Store/Le magasin de Madame Tremblay (about 180 meters away); Yukon Saw Mill Office Historic Site (about 210 meters away); Bank of British North America/La Bank of British North America (about 240 meters away); Dawson Daily News (approx. 0.2 kilometers away); Arctic Brotherhood Hall (approx. 0.3 kilometers away); Rev. William Henry Judge, S.J. (approx. 0.3 kilometers away). Click for a list of all markers in Dawson City.
Also see . . . Steamboats of the Yukon River - Wikipedia. (Submitted on July 22, 2011, by Barry Swackhamer of San Jose, California.)
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