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Ballast cars at Squamish

Photograph depicts ballast cars at Squamish, near government wharves and chemical plant. They were built by the Western Wheeled Scrapper Co. in Aurora, Illinois and do not have a date.

Barn at Darfield, B.C.

Photograph depicts a barn at Darfield, near Barriere, about 35 miles north of Kamloops. The English timbered cottage developed from this architectural form.

Beaver Trucking, Kamloops Indian Reserve

Photograph depicts Beaver Trucking, Indian Reserve, Kamloops. It had been a company since 1990 and receieved 2 or 3 boxcars weekly loaded with items from Toronto that were then delivered around town. Davies later noted that the business was destro...

Beaverdell CPR depot

Photograph depicts the CPR depot at Beaverdell, located at about mile 42.3 on the Carmi Subdivision. To the right is an ore loader for concentrate from mines. There is no rail traffic at this date. The view is looking north.

Beaverdell CPR depot

Photograph depicts the CPR Beaverdell depot located at about 35 miles northeast of Osoyoos and at mile 91.4 east of Penticton on the Carmi Subdivision. The traffic here is ore from a local mine, some lumber, and freight for the village. The depot ...

Boiler in Savona

Photograph depicts a compressed air operated locomotive frame and H.K. Porter boiler, built in 1912. It was believed that the locomotive frame came from the Canmore coal mines.

Boiler in Savona

Photograph depicts a narrow gauge contractor's locomotive boiler owned by Mr. Shane Sherman of Lake Shore Road, Savona. It was built by H.K. Porter as boiler #1451 B on August 18, 1912.

Booster telegraph relay station at Carmi

Photograph depicts a booster telegraph relay station at Carmi. Carmi is located at mile 46.6 on the CPR line on the Carmi Subdivision. This is the only surviving telegraph pole between Penticton and Beaverdell. The view is looking east.

Boston Bar in the Fraser Canyon

Photograph depicts the North Bend Ferry (Aerial Cage) at Boston Bar in the Fraser Canyon. The capacity of the aerial cage is 1 car or truck, or 40 passengers. Vehicle height clearance: 12 feet. Load-limit: 3 tons gross. Schedule: On call 24 hours....

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