Looking south along Bay Avenue in early 1900's. Cominco Photo.: 2306.0190

Looking south along Bay Avenue in early 1900's. Cominco Photo.
2306.0190

2306.0190: Looking south along Bay Avenue in early 1900's. Cominco Photo.

Looking south along Bay Avenue in early 1900's. Numbers (1) and (2) are "sample rooms" supplied by the Crown Point Hotel. (3) is a grocery store, perhaps McConnels (4) This building housed Craig's and White's dry goods stores and Martin's Barber shop. Every summer the Columbia back up under this bridge - and the local boys used the bridge as a diving platform.

Medium:  Photograph - Image
Date:  Circa 1900
Source:  Rossland Museum and Discovery Centre: #42 Misc. Groups RMDC
Collection:  Rossland Museum & Discovery Centre (2306)

Subjects:

Cities arrow Trailarrow

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