Model of a 'railed' or 'basket' sled (qamutivialuk), made from wood. The runners are relatively short, and have long upturned ends. Each of the runners has four slots near the deck edge for attaching crosspieces, only one of which remains in place. The crosspiece is a flat piece of wood that is tapered at each end. It is attached by a sinew lashing that loops over each end where they project beyond the runners, passes through a slot in the runner, and then loops over the crosspiece again just inside the runner. Rails are fastened to the upturned tips of the runners and to uprights set into mortise joints cut into the tops of the runners. A broken upright that remains attached to the back rail likely had been set into a mortise cut into a crosspiece, now missing. A line made of hide for towing the sled had been attached to the front of each runner. This is one of two railed sled models in the MacFarlane Collection listed under the same catalogue number.