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Displaying completed and published resources of collection #0223 from Cranbrook Archives.

Completed records in this collection: 16

Cranbrook Panoramic View : A panoramic shot taken from the southwest, looking down on Cranbrook. The rail yard and CPR station
Cranbrook Panoramic View
Cranbrook Fire Department : A view of the back of the second Cranbrook Fire hall, situated beside City Hall and facing out onto
Cranbrook Fire Department
Baker Street, Cranbrook : A restored early automobile driving down Baker Street in Cranbrook.
Baker Street, Cranbrook
Early Lumbering : An early sawmil in the Columbia Basin, probably in the Cranbrook area.
Early Lumbering
Automobile Travel : An automobile at the Wasa Hotel, quite possibly Valentine Baker's steam car.
Automobile Travel
Cranbrook Fire Hall and City Hall : A look at the front of Cranbrook's second fire hall and of the City Hall, both facing onto Norbury A
Cranbrook Fire Hall and City Hall
Lumberton, BC : An overview of Lumberton showing the BC Spruce Mills operatrion and the boareding house.
Lumberton, BC
Kootenay Lake : One of the paddlewheelers making its way along Kootenay Lake.
Kootenay Lake
South Kootenay Pass : South Kootenay Pass was one of the passes used by the Ktunaxa Nation when travelling back and forth
South Kootenay Pass
Automobile Travel : An early automobile somewhere in the Columbia Basin.
Automobile Travel
Cranbrook Railway YMCA Building : Built near the present (2008) King Street railway crossing, this building served a wide variety of p
Cranbrook Railway YMCA Building
Norbury Avenue : A great view of Norbury Avenue looking south from Baker Street. Note the Hanson Block on the left a
Norbury Avenue
Three Sisters or Trinity Mountains : Looking at the Three Sisters above Fernie from the early road linking Fernine and Cranbrook.
Three Sisters or Trinity Mountains
Baker Street : Baker Street in Cranbrook, looking west toward the highway and railway tracks.
Baker Street
East Kootenay Lumber Company : A parade float in Cranbrook advertising the East Kootenay Lumber Company. Malcolm Horie has added:
East Kootenay Lumber Company
St. Eugene Mission : The St. Eugene Mission located on the St. Mary's Reserve of the Ktunaxa Nation, approximately 10 km
St. Eugene Mission