Burn's Meat Market & Thompson Restaurant in Rossland, BC c.1900: 2348.0029

Burn's Meat Market & Thompson Restaurant in Rossland, BC c.1900
2348.0029

2348.0029: Burn's Meat Market & Thompson Restaurant in Rossland, BC c.1900

Burn's Meat Market & Thompson Restaurant in Rossland, BC. East side of Spokane Street & the corner of 1st Ave. (Sour Dough Alley)

Medium:  Photograph - Image
Date:  Circa 1900
Source:  Rossland Museum & Discovery Centre: Street Scenes #65, RMDC 1010
Collection:  Rossland Museum & Discovery Centre (2348)

Keywords:

Burn's Meat Market Thompson Restaurant Rossland BC Spokane Street 1st Ave Sour Dough Alley

Subjects:

Cities arrow Rossland arrow Street Names arrow 1st Ave.arrow
Cities arrow Rossland arrow Street Names arrow Spokane Streetarrow
Cities arrow Rossland arrow Development arrow Sourdough Alleyarrow
Cities arrow Rossland arrow Buildings arrow Burn's Meat Marketarrow
Cities arrow Rossland arrow Buildings arrow P. Burnsarrow
Cities arrow Rossland arrow Buildings arrow Thompson Restaurantarrow
Cities arrow Rossland arrow Businesses arrow Butchers arrow Pat Burn's Butcher Shoparrow
Cities arrow Rossland arrow Businesses arrow Butchers arrow Pat Burn's Butcher Shop arrow Burn's Meat Marketarrow
Cities arrow Rossland arrow Businesses arrow Restaurants arrow Thompson Restaurantarrow

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