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Displaying completed and published resources of collection #0336 from Cranbrook Archives.

Completed records in this collection: 25

Kootenay Landing, B.C : Kootenay Landing, B.C., old wooden platform along railroad tracks - 1921.
Kootenay Landing, B.C
Kootenay Landing, B.C. : Kootenay Landing, B.C. at high water - 1920.
Kootenay Landing, B.C.
CPR Michel Loop Tunnel : Crowsnest Pass, B.C., east end of Loop Tunnel on C.P.R. rail line in winter.
CPR Michel Loop Tunnel
Kootenay Landing, B.C. : Kootenay Landing, B.C. train locomotive #563 and passenger cars from Cranbrook, B.C. disembarking
Kootenay Landing, B.C.
CPR Michel Loop Tunnel : Crowsnest Pass, B.C. west end of C.P.R. rail tunnel in winter; 1921-22.
CPR Michel Loop Tunnel
Locomotive #3716 : ‘British Columbia’ locomotive #3716.
Locomotive #3716
Model of Locomotive #2860 : Model Train model of locomotive #2860.
Model of Locomotive #2860
Kootenay Landing, B.C. : Kootenay Landing, B.C. Pile driver on rail tracks driving ‘dolphins’, construction of landing.
Kootenay Landing, B.C.
S.S. Nasookin Leaving Kootenay Landing : Kootenay Landing, B.C. Sternwheeler, S.S. Nasookin leaving Kootenay Landing bound for Nelson, B.C.
S.S. Nasookin Leaving Kootenay Landing
Kootenay Central Railway at Mileage 72 : Kootenay Central Railway B & B crew at Mileage 72, between Fort Steele, B.C. & Golden, B.C.
Kootenay Central Railway at Mileage 72
The St.Loi Family : The St.Loi family clearing and working their land at Cranbrook, B.C. with a team of horses.
The St.Loi Family
Team and Buggy : Team and buggy, presumably in the Cranbrook area.
Team and Buggy
Crossing the Rockies : The First Automobile to cross the Canadian Rockies. Published by The Beattie-Murphy Co. Ltd., Cranb
Crossing the Rockies
Kootenay Landing, B.C. : Kootenay Landing, B.C. C.P.R. passenger train discharging passengers for Nelson, B.C., barges, tug
Kootenay Landing, B.C.
Leighton Family : Tommy, Mae and Mary Leighton, probably in Marysville - 1943.
Leighton Family
Kootenay Landing, B.C. : Kootenay Landing, B.C. - Where passenger boat (at dockside) and barges met the railway.
Kootenay Landing, B.C.
Kootenay Landing, B.C. : Kootenay Landing, B.C. Switch-engine unloading cars off of barges. Passenger boat and switch engi
Kootenay Landing, B.C.
Londons Trafalgar Square : Trafalgar Square, London. This view shows Nelson’s monument and fountains, with the National Gall
Londons Trafalgar Square
Fire Chief Leighton : Fire Chief Leighton with display model of the Village of Marysville used for training fire fighters.
Fire Chief Leighton
Fort McMurray’s First Church : Fort McMurray’s first church built in 1911 by Father Croise; moved to this site and restored by
Fort McMurray’s First Church
S.S. Nasookin at Kootenay Landing : The sternwheeler S.S. Nasookin at Kootenay Landing, B.C.
S.S. Nasookin at Kootenay Landing
Steam-powered Roller : A steam-powered roadroller, operating in East kootenay ca. 1935.
Steam-powered Roller
Radium Hot Springs Sign : Five unidentified men standing under a Radium Hot Springs sign.
Radium Hot Springs Sign
Radium Hot Springs Sign : Five unidentified men standing under a Radium Hot Springs sign.
Radium Hot Springs Sign
Radium Hot Springs Sign : Five unidentified men standing under a Radium Hot Springs sign.
Radium Hot Springs Sign