Lansdowne, Yukon

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Coordinates: 60°15′38″N134°33′38″W / 60.260491°N 134.560526°W / 60.260491; -134.560526 Lansdowne is a community in Yukon, Canada. It in the middle of Tagish Road in between the Klondike and Alaska highways. It is close to Conrad and Carcross. [1]

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  1. "Lansdowne / Lansdowne, Yukon, Canada, North America". CA: Retrieved 2012-08-09.