It is contains the following intervals: 1,2,3,#4,#5,#6.
Because all the gaps between the notes in it are the same it doesn't have any modes in the same way other scales do. What ever note of the scale you start on, you get the same series of intervals.
This also means that all the "boxes" for the various positions are the same as well.
I have mapped them al out just to illustrate this.
The free guitar scale diagrams below lay out the scale for you all over the neck, as a three octave scale and as the three note per string patterns that will link together to let you play it all over the fretboard in any key, although such notions don't hugely apply to the WHOLE TONE SCALE.