I'm wondering if this data is actually using a rotated world. Perhaps 59.2, -145.3 is the equivalent of the north pole, with -149.3 showing where the central meridian runs (which will be either north or south from the center point) and 60.1 is a standard parallel on the rotated world.
central meridian = -149.3 standard parallel 1 = 60.1
and it is pretty close to the example map, however there is a slight counter clockwise rotation in my system compared to the example map. I did use WGS84, so there is a good chance that the GCS is my problem.