Mark Creek flood. Kimberley, BC, 1948: 2298.0024

Mark Creek flood. Kimberley, BC, 1948

2298.0024: Mark Creek flood. Kimberley, BC, 1948

Mark Creek flood. Kimberley, BC, 1948. Flood waters looking east down Ross Street. Groups of people gathered on both sides and end of street. Loader, trailer, truck, and other vehicles in scene.

Medium:  Photograph - Image
Date:  1948
Source:  Kimberley District Heritage Museum: KDHS 588.57
Collection:  Kimberley District Heritage Society (2298)


Mark Creek flood Kimberley BC 1948 water east Ross Street group people gather Loader trailer truck vehicle


Cities arrow Kimberleyarrow
Cities arrow Kimberley arrow Eventsarrow
Cities arrow Kimberley arrow Events arrow Mark Creek 1948 Floodarrow
Natural Historyarrow
Natural History arrow Natural Forcesarrow
Natural History arrow Natural Disasters arrow Floodingarrow
Physical Featuresarrow
Physical Features arrow Creeksarrow
Physical Features arrow Floodsarrow
Physical Features arrow Floods arrow Kimberley 1948arrow
Physical Features arrow Creeks arrow Mark Creekarrow
Cities arrow Kimberley arrow Utilitiesarrow
Cities arrow Kimberley arrow Utilities arrow Waterarrow
Transportation arrow Automobilesarrow
Transportation arrow Trucksarrow
Industry arrow Equipmentarrow
Industry arrow Equipment arrow Loaderarrow
Social arrow Peoplearrow
Social arrow People arrow Crowdarrow
Social arrow People arrow Grouparrow
Social arrow People arrow Manarrow
Social arrow People arrow Menarrow

Buy a Print

Prints are high quality professionally printed digital prints from archival scans. They are resin-coated and suitable for framing, reference or publication.


Digital Copies

Digital copies of our resources are available for purchase.

Pricing and information.


For additional features, including access to full text resources, become a member.

Find out more about Memberships.

Share what you know

Share what you know

Do you have additional information about this resource?

Please share what you know.

This resource may be protected by copyright law and may not be reproduced in whole or in part without the written permission of the Columbia Basin Institute of Regional History.