Mark Creek flood. Kimberley, BC, 1948: 2298.0022

Mark Creek flood. Kimberley, BC, 1948
2298.0022

2298.0022: Mark Creek flood. Kimberley, BC, 1948

Mark Creek flood. Kimberley, BC, 1948. Large crowd gathering on Ross Street around the home of O.F. Troy that has fallen on its side. Men using road equipment with winch.

Medium:  Photograph - Image
Date:  1948
Source:  Kimberley District Heritage Museum: KDHS 588.54
Collection:  Kimberley District Heritage Society (2298)

Keywords:

Mark Creek flood Kimberley BC 1948 Large crowd gathering home house building O.F. Troy men road equipment winch Ross Street

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Cities arrow Kimberley arrow Eventsarrow
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Natural History arrow Natural Forcesarrow
Natural History arrow Natural Disasters arrow Floodingarrow
Socialarrow
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Social arrow People arrow Crowdarrow
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People arrow Troyarrow
Physical Featuresarrow
Physical Features arrow Floodsarrow
Physical Features arrow Floods arrow Kimberley 1948arrow
Physical Features arrow Creeksarrow
Physical Features arrow Creeks arrow Mark Creekarrow
Cities arrow Kimberley arrow Street Namesarrow
Cities arrow Kimberley arrow Street Names arrow Ross Streetarrow

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