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Tie Camp 1915
Tie Camp 1915
Cutting Railway Ties
Cutting Railway Ties
Railroad Construction
Railroad Construction
Crows Nest Pass Railway
Crows Nest Pass Railway
Crows Nest Pass Railway
Crows Nest Pass Railway
Harry Moorehouse of Skookunchuck, BC c.1943
Harry Moorehouse of Skookunchuck, BC c.1943
Portable Sawmill Near Cranbrook, B.C.
Portable Sawmill Near Cranbrook, B.C.
Northeast Kootenay Report : Government Agent's report for Northeast Kootenay. Report touches on wages paid to miners and lumber
Northeast Kootenay Report
Lumbering Basic Industry : Lumbering continues as main basic industry in East Kootenay. Detailing the industry from the beginn
Lumbering Basic Industry
SS Nelson : Newspaper excerpt from the Nelson Tribune - SS Nelson will be withdrawn as new schedule for Crow's
SS Nelson
Work Begun : Work has begun at last on the construction of Crow's Nest Pass Railway to Kootenay lake.
Work Begun
Railway Notes : Ongoing work of constructing the Crow's Nest Pass railway, 12,000 men due to start work and 25 cars
Railway Notes
Crows Nest Pass Railway : The days of slow, unreliable and expensive transportation in East Kootenay soon to be a matter of hi
Crows Nest Pass Railway
Herald Reports On CPR Progress : Reporting on progress of C.P.R. in rebuilding their railway and yards in Fernie after the big fire t
Herald Reports On CPR Progress
Marvellous Creston : Creston has proved it is remarkable fertile for growing fruit, but many don't know that Mr. Rykert w
Marvellous Creston
St. Eugene Mine, Moyie, B.C.
St. Eugene Mine, Moyie, B.C.
Kootenay Lake Boats : C.P.R. fleet of boats undergoing changes or repairs in preparation of spring.
Kootenay Lake Boats
Columbia and Western Construction : Details of railway construction contract.
Columbia and Western Construction
Quick History of the Lumber Industry : An article by Nancy Miles on the evolution of the lumber industry in East Kootenay up to 1955. Brie
Quick History of the Lumber Industry
Two Guys with Ties
Two Guys with Ties