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File contains slides depicting Wells, B.C.

Wells Hospital building

Photograph depicts the old hospital building in Wells. At the time the photo was taken, 1978, it was being used as an apartment building, and that is still its current use.

Wells Hotel

Image depicts a crowd of people outside the Wells Hotel in Wells, B.C.

West Summerland CPR station

Photograph depicts the West Summerland CPR station in the Okanagan. The station often was used but not permanently manned. It was located at mile 9.5 from Penticton. The view is looking south.

West Wall Footing at Crusher Site

Handwritten annotation on recto of photograph: "WEST WALL FOOTING AUG 8/64." Photograph depicts a construction worker standing on rebar in forms built for cement footings. A front end loader and backhoe tractor can be seen on wood platfo...

West Wall Footing at Crusher Site

Handwritten annotation on recto of photograph: "FOOTING WEST WALL AUG 8/64." Photograph depicts a construction worker near freshly poured cement footings. Building is semi-visible in background on left, tall steel framework behind footin...

Westbridge CPR depot

Photograph depicts the Westbridge CPR depot on the Kettle Valley Line. It is located about 11 miles north of Rock Creek and at about mile 123.3 east of Penticton. The depot house is disused and the sidings contained no cars, so there appears to be...

Wharf at Lang Bay, B.C.

Photograph depicts a wharf at Lang Bay, 14 miles southeast of Powell River. In fair repair, now used only by an oil company to pump in oil to a storage depot behind the camera.

White Pass Train

File contains slides depicting locations along the White Pass railway through Alaska, British Columbia, and the Yukon Territories.

Windsor Hotel at Fort Steele

Photograph depicts the Windsor Hotel at Fort Steele, 10 miles northeast of Cranbrook. It was built in 1895 by Robert D. Mather and originally was called Dalgarno House. It is being renovated as a village museum.

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