Tugboat Grant Hall and Barge: 0248.0025

Tugboat Grant Hall and Barge
0248.0025

0248.0025: Tugboat Grant Hall and Barge

Tugboat "Grant Hall" and barge with rail car and a C.P.R. diesel engine lying on its side; March 5, 1956 at Proctor, B.C.; looking west. Tom Parkin added: Note that the front of this diesel unit is damaged and its cab filled with snow. It was lead locomotive of a train on the wqewst shore of Kootenay Lake which struck a snowslide which had covered the tracks and was forced downhill. CPR's "big hook" was involved in rescuing this equipment.

Medium:  Photograph - Image
Date:  March 5, 1956
Collection:  Columbia Basin Institute (0248)

Subjects:

Transportation arrow Railways arrow Rolling Stock arrow Boxcarsarrow
Transportation arrow Railways arrow Rolling Stock arrow Locomotivesarrow
Transportation arrow Railways arrow Companies arrow Canadian Pacific Railwayarrow
Transportation arrow Tugs arrow Grant Hallarrow
Cities arrow Procterarrow
Physical Features arrow Lakes arrow Kootenay Lakearrow
People arrow Parkinarrow

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