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Dog Standing on Road

White spotted dog stands on what appears to be a wood bridge, shed and greenery in background. Photograph sent from Violet (nee Taylor) Baxter to her aunt, Sarah Glassey. Handwritten annotation on recto of photograph: "To Auntie With love From Violet 4/4/26".

“Dance Tape”

Item is a reel to reel recording entitled 'Dance Tape' containing music possibly used by Carbutt in his radio show. Extent 15 minutes

0-4-0 Porter saddle tank locomotive located in Fernie

Photograph depicts a 0-4-0 porter saddle tank located in a public park in Fernie. It has a 4' 8 1/2" gauge and 170lbs of pressure. It was probably used with the car behind it to feed the 70 coke ovens situated just above Fernie, on the south side of the C.P.R. tracks. The three trams to the rear are 3' gauge.

0-4-4 "Dunrobin" locomotive built by Sharp, Stewart, & Co. Ltd. In 1895

Photograph depicts the 0-4-4 "Dunrobin" locomotive in the B.C. Electric Railway locomotive shed in New Westminster. The front buffer beam has been removed, exposing 2 inside cylinders 13x18". Total weight = 25 1/4 tons. Working pressure = 150 lb./sq. inch. Coupled wheels= 4'6" diameter, bogie wheels = 2'6". It was built by Sharp, Stewart, & Co. Ltd. in 1895 at Atlas Works, Glasgow and formerly owned by the Duke of Sutherland. It was steamed for the first time in B.C. on Tuesday, 19th April 1966, and probably for the first time in 2 years.

0-4-4 "Dunrobin" locomotive built by Sharp, Stewart, & Co. Ltd. In 1895

Photograph depicts a 0-4-4 "Dunrobin" locomotive built by Sharp, Stewart, & Co. Ltd. in 1895 at Atlas Works, Glasgow and formerly owned by the Duke of Sutherland. It was taken inside the B.C. Electric Railway locomotive shed at New Westminster where it was receiving a check-over for steam running and a paint job. The cover to steam dome has been removed.

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