Tunnel at Lempriere, B.C.: 0119.0136

Tunnel at Lempriere, B.C.
0119.0136

0119.0136: Tunnel at Lempriere, B.C.

Tunnel, possibly an old mining shaft, at Lempriere, B.C., 1925. Ken Deckert added: This was the CN mainline tunnel. It was unstable and collapsed internally. The railway moved around the outside of the hill and is the mainline to this day - 40 kms North of Blue River, B.C.

Medium:  Photograph - Image
Date:  1925
Collection:  Valemount Historical Society (0119)

Keywords:

tunnel railway

Subjects:

Cities arrow Lemprierearrow
Transportation arrow Railways arrow Tunnelsarrow
Transportation arrow Railways arrow Companies arrow Canadian National Railwayarrow

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