Alaska: Skagway By Aaron Johnson, Joel Anderson, 2019

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Skagway is a small town on the Inside Passage of Alaska. Skagway is one of the furthest north cities on the Inside Passage, and the town served as a staging area for the Klondike Gold Rush in the late 1800s for that reason. Skagway is perhaps best known for the railroad which runs tourists along White Pass and the Yukon Route, truly incredible adventures that offer visitors some of the best views in Alaska. Now you can remember a trip to this historic town with vintage travel poster art from Anderson Design Group, retro artwork that harkens back to the early-1900s Golden Era of Illustration. This vintage artwork is hand-drawn, illustrated, painted, and lettered. Illustrations are available as art prints, canvas banners, metal signs, and framed postcards. To learn more about Skagway and other Inside Passage communities, check out Travel Alaska.

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