Where was this garage?

In what town was this garage located? In what time period was the photograph taken? Notice it’s a brick building.

In what town was this garage located? In what time period was the photograph taken?

Notice it’s a brick building. I think maybe the building on the left of the garage might still be standing.

The photo is from the C. Haines collection in the Yukon archives.

If you have any information about this garage, please write and share the knowledge. Also, if you know who might have worked there, that would be interesting.

Please write Jim Robb, The Colourful Five Per Cent Scrapbook—Can You Identify? C/o the Yukon News, 211 Wood Street, Whitehorse, Yukon Y1A 2E4 — or e-mail www.yukon-news.com.

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