Historically, Fraser is a railroad station on the White Pass and Yukon Route railway; unimportant for many years since conversion to diesel locomotives, today, the railway uses Fraser for a terminus of tourist train operations, where passengers can transfer between buses and trains. Railroad rehabilitation works to the north are sometimes staged from Fraser.
The locality's name is pronounced / by locals and Yukoners, but Skagwegians pronounce it /.
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