Cranbrook, BC



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CPR Cranbrook

Photograph depicts weighing track in Cranbrook. Presumably, locomotives took the track on the left side, while cars used the weigh track on the right side.

CPR line east of Cranbrook

Photograph depicts the CPR 9 miles east of Cranbrook, on the Nelson Subdivision. The timetable says a siding of 3384 ft. can hold 61 cars, but it cannot be found. The view is looking east.

CPR wreck crane and reach car at Cranbrook

Photograph depicts CPR wreck crane #414475 and reach car # 402093. The crane has a 200 ton capacity and was manufactured in 1929 by the Industrial Brownhoist Corp. in Cleveland, Ohio. It's a type 2, steam crane #5162. Freestanding it is 30ft. The radius equals a 17 ton lift and outrigged at 17ft , 200 ton lift. Nelson lies 138 miles to the west.

Passenger car at Cranbrook

Photograph depicts a 12 wheeler passenger car, CPR #411641, used as car man's sleeper. Behind it is wash/shower car #412718. It is followed by work diner car #411369, which is also a 12 wheeler with an arch bar truck. They are used for work and wreck train service.


Series consists of photographs relating to Ray Williston's life from childhood to recent times, air photographs of Prince George, photographs of Bangladesh, and a listing of photographs slated for use in Mr. Williston's biography "Forests, power and policy: the legacy of Ray Williston" written by Eileen Williston and Betty Keller.

Roundhouse at Cranbrook

Photograph depicts a roundhouse with 16 bays at Cranbrook. Currently 7 were fitted with rails, of which 5 bays are in use. Four of these bays were holding snowplows and 2 were clearly not used. Three of the sixteen bays appear to never have been fitted with track.