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Completed records in this collection: 30

Album Box : ALBUM Box Scenic Ride on the C.P.R. Kettle Valley Line in Steam; 1951 - Cover Reference #0413.0002 t
Album Box
Royal Hudson Locomotive : In 1951, Royal Hudson (4-6-4) power moved main line trains west of Medicine Hat, Alberta, jump-off p
Royal Hudson Locomotive
Kettle Valley Railway 1951 : The main line "Dominion" gets under way from Medicine Hat. Kettle Valley train stands at the far rig
Kettle Valley Railway 1951
Kettle Valley Railway 1951 : Next morning we had crossed the Continental Divide at Crows Nest Pass and at Yahk find a Spokane Int
Kettle Valley Railway 1951
Kettle Valley Railway 1951 : The inter-mountain country served by Kettle Valley is beautiful and well developed. Photographed by
Kettle Valley Railway 1951
Kettle Valley Railway 1951 : We stop at the modern station at Creston. Photographed by A.C. Kalmbach
Kettle Valley Railway 1951
Kettle Valley Railway 1951 : Despite misty fall weather, the colors are bright and on the curves we see steam on the head end; 19
Kettle Valley Railway 1951
Kettle Valley Railway 1951 : View from the train looking toward the lake (Kootenay Lake). Photographed by A.C. Kalmbach
Kettle Valley Railway 1951
Kettle Valley Railway 1951 : Mostly our route is practically on the very lake shore (Kootenay Lake). Photographed by A.C. Kalmbac
Kettle Valley Railway 1951
Kettle Valley Railway 1951 : Fishermen's shanties can be seen in the estuaries. Photographed by A.C. Kalmbach
Kettle Valley Railway 1951
Kettle Valley Railway 1951 : Old Vancouver Street Cars form cottages for fishermen. Photographed by A.C. Kalmbach
Kettle Valley Railway 1951
Kettle Valley Railway 1951 : This beautiful lake is in the midst of some of North America's most rugged mountains. Photographed b
Kettle Valley Railway 1951
Kettle Valley Railway 1951 : Near Nelson, a rotary snowplow awaits the winter. Photographed by A.C. Kalmbach
Kettle Valley Railway 1951
Kettle Valley Railway 1951 : Station stop at Nelson, B.C. Photographed by A.C. Kalmbach
Kettle Valley Railway 1951
Kettle Valley Railway 1951 : West of Nelson we still follow the headwaters of the Columbia River. Photographed by A.C. Kalmbach
Kettle Valley Railway 1951
Kettle Valley Railway 1951 : The climb begins in earnest behind tow 4-6-2 locomotives. Photographed by A.C. Kalmbach
Kettle Valley Railway 1951
Kettle Valley Railway 1951 : Our route looks out from an elevated viewpoint over Arrow Lake, another Columbia River head water. P
Kettle Valley Railway 1951
Kettle Valley Railway 1951 : On this stormy day, twilight comes early over the roof of the Canadian Rockies. Photographed by A.C.
Kettle Valley Railway 1951
Kettle Valley Railway 1951 : At the top of the divide is an engine terminal, shrouded in seemingly eternal mist. Photographed by
Kettle Valley Railway 1951
Kettle Valley Railway 1951 : Next morning we were in Coquihalla Canyon and looked back at one of the high trestles. Photographed
Kettle Valley Railway 1951
Kettle Valley Railway 1951 : We were flagged down and I stopped my shaving to look ahead from the Pullman on the rear. Photograph
Kettle Valley Railway 1951
Kettle Valley Railway 1951 : The stop will be for some time, says the conductor, so I walked ahead past our engines. Photographed
Kettle Valley Railway 1951
Kettle Valley Railway 1951 : This is what stopped us a washout. Crews are already at work repairing it. Photographed by A.C. K
Kettle Valley Railway 1951
Kettle Valley Railway 1951 : Fortunately side dump cars and a work crew were in the vicinity. Photographed by A.C. Kalmbach
Kettle Valley Railway 1951
Kettle Valley Railway 1951 : Big bulldozer, rented from lumber company nearby, plows a wider shelf back into the bluff. Photograp
Kettle Valley Railway 1951
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