Selwyn Station: 0070.0304

Selwyn Station

0070.0304: Selwyn Station

People at the Selwyn station 1930 or 1931. Possible identities in photo: Art Blair ( station agent ), Dad Woodley from store, John Ruska ( section man ) John Stefano ( section man from Foster ), Fred Guzik ( section man from Red Pass ), John Postenuk ( section man from Foster ), Mike Zak ( section man from Foster ), Mrs Siveck with Lional Deforge behind her on gas car, Felix Sivecki ( section man ) Mrs Woodley, and Jim Bremenor ( operator at Red Pass ). Art Carson added:The building is not the Red pass Staion. It is the Selwyn Staion a few km. west of Red Pass on CN Rail's North Line. This id is based on (a) checks of architectural details of the building; (b)Google Earth terrain matching and ;(c) my personal knoweldge of the terrain at both locations, any one of which confirms the new id. The building was moved to Red Pass in 1949 and used as a residence, but is still in its original location at Selwyn in this photo.

Medium:  Photograph - Image
Date:  Circa 1930
Collection:  Valemount Historical Society (0070)


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