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CPR Mission Bridge

Photograph depicts the CPR Mission Bridge on the Huntingdon branch. The photo was taken from the open swing span looking downstream, with a tug and derrick (Fraser River Pile Driving Co.) fast disappearing downstream. The new road bridge in the ba...

CPR Mission Bridge

Photograph depicts the CPR Mission Bridge on the Huntingdon Branch. It shows the final box span of the bridge on the south shore, as viewed from the opened swing span. The span opened for river traffic every 2 or 3 days. The view is looking south,...

CPR Nicola branch line

Photograph depicts the CPR Nicola branch line at Nicola, near Merritt. The view is looking south beside the stock yard. Turning "Y" used to commence at the road track at the right of the photo. The elevation is 2058 ft.

CPR Nicola branch line

Photograph depicts the CPR Nicola branch at Nicola terminus, 7 miles east of Merritt. The view is looking west and about 100 yards behind the camera is the end of the rail.

CPR Nicola branch line

Photograph depicts the CPR Nicola branch line at Nicola, near Merritt. The end of the line is adjacent to 2 fir tree at the right edge of the photo. The photo was taken adjacent to the stock yard with a view looking east.

Former CPR Brodie Junction

Photograph depicts the former CPR Brodie Junction at mile 65.2 from Spences Bridge on the former Merritt Subdivision, connecting with Princeton, 42.5 miles to the south. The view is looking southeast with the existing line on a sharp curve, and t...

Trestle on the ex-CPR Coquihalla line

Photograph depicts a trestle on the ex CPR Coquihalla line of the Kettle Valley Railway. It is a famous view spot because the trestle has a waterfall behind it. It is now the only intact trestle on the line because even the very small ones were de...

Crossing of CNR and CPR line at Hope

Photograph depicts the crossing of the CNR mainline over the former CPR Kettle Valley Line at mile 53.6 from Brookmere. The speed restriction was 15 mph and the crossing was controlled by signals that interlocked automatically. The view is looking...

Snowplow extra at Kingsvale

Photograph depicts a snowplow extra on the CPR line at Kingsvale, on the Princeton Subdivision at about mile 119. The snowplow extra was running south from Merritt with a plough, 2 locomotives and a caboose. Towards Brookmere summit the snow was 9...

CNR slip in Penticton

Photograph depicts a CNR slip in Penticton on Okanagan Lake. The two gentleman are conferring as to where the cars are to be switched.

CNR slip in Penticton

Photograph depicts a CNR slip in Penticton on Okanagan Lake. It shows a general view of the slip and unloading operations, plus a road and rail tractor.

West Summerland CPR station

Photograph depicts the West Summerland CPR station in the Okanagan, located 9.5 miles from Penticton. The cloud in the middle distance is stone dust from a crusher on the east side of the track. The spur to the right leads to an old crusher but do...

Disused CPR Kettle Valley Railway in Penticton

Photograph depicts the disused CPR Kettle Valley Railway line in Penticton. The trackage leads from the Okanagan Lake CPR wharf to the main yards. All the trackage was obliterated by July 1981. The photo was taken about 1 block away from the lake ...

CPR Belfort depot

Photograph depicts the CPR rail Belfort depot passing point, approximately 5 miles north of Princeton, on the Princeton to Penticton line. The view is looking south.

CPR line at Osoyoos, BC

Photograph depicts the CPR line at Osoyoos, about 1 mile north of the depot. The daily freight from Penticton is on return, picking up 1 boxcar of fruit from the BC Tree Fruits Ltd and backing onto caboose. This is at approximately mile 35.4 from ...

CPR line at Osoyoos, BC

Photograph depicts the CPR track about 1 mile north of the Osoyoos depot and approximately at mile 35.6 from Penticton. The portion was built between 1944 and 1946. The view is looking north.

CPR line at Arawana near Penticton

Photograph depicts the CPR line at Arawana, 5 miles northeast of Penticton and at mile 125.7 on the Carmi Subdivision. The photo shows the ruins of the station house and Okanagan Lake in the background. The passing loop in the foreground has been ...

CPR Glenfir passing loop

Photograph depicts the CPR Glenfir passing loop at mile 118.9 from Midway, on the Carmi Subdivision. It is 15 miles northeast of Penticton, 2572 ft. above sea level, or 1450 ft. above Okanagan Lake. It never had depot buildings or a water point, i...

CPR Chute Lake depot

Photograph depicts the CPR depot at Chute Lake, on the Carmi Subdivision. It is located at mile 106.5 and 13.5 miles north of Penticton. The photo shows the passing track and the base of a former water tower is just behind the camera at the left. ...

CPR Kettle Valley Railway in Myra Canyon

Photograph depicts the CPR Kettle Valley Railway line in Myra Canyon. The view is looking east and upgrade to the Myra depot, which is to the right of the track in the background. At the right is a disused spur at mile 84.2, to the former Penticto...

McCulloch CPR depot

Photograph depicts the McCulloch CPR depot located at mile 76.7 on the Carmi Subdivision, which is about 27 miles northeast of Penticton. The building on the right is the passenger depot, which was last officially used in January 1964. The view is...

CPR trackage near McCulloch depot

Photograph depicts CPR trackage about 1 mile south of McCulloch depot and at about mile 75.5, on the Carmi Subdivision. At the right of the line is evidence of an old spur and log dump [from?] at least 1930-1940s. The view is looking south or down...

Flat car on the CPR line at Rock Creek

Photograph depicts a flat car on the CPR line at Rock Creek, located about mile 11.7 from Midway, which is east of Osoyoos. The flat car had a temporary roof to carry work train supplies. The sidings capacity is 70 cars.

Water tank car on CPR line at Rock Creek

Photograph depicts a water tank car on the CPR line at Rock Creek. Rock Creek is located at mile 11.7 from Midway and east of Osoyoos. The water tank car was built in 192, holds 8000 gallons, and forms part of a work train. The sidings capacity he...

CPR line at Boundary Falls

Photograph depicts the CPR line at Boundary Falls, which is at mile 121 from Nelson on the Boundary Subdivision. The view is looking west and it shows the former flag stop shelter.

CPR line at Greenwood

Photograph depicts the CPR line at Greenwood. There is no representative of the CPR in Greenwood now and the agency expired in June 1969. There appears to be 2 to 3 way freights per week from Nelson to Midway. The view is looking north and shows t...

Two grain elevators at Creston

Photograph depicts two grain elevators at Creston, BC. The Creston CPR yard lies behind the camera. The line is on a downgrade away from the camera, starting its descent to the valley bottom for Kootenay Lake. The grain elevators are a rare sight ...

CPR line on the outskirts of Midway

Photograph depicts the CPR line at mile 126, on the outskirts of Midway. This is the end of the Boundary Subdivision and the line physically ends 3 miles west of here, at the Pope and Talbot lumber mill. The rail here is 100 lb., from 1926, and ma...

Eholt Junction on the CPR line

Photograph depicts the CPR line at Eholt, located at mile 108.7 from Nelson on the Boundary Subdivision. It was a formerly bustling junction with the left-hand spur leading to Phoenix. Nor it only has 3 way freight trains a week from Nelson to Mid...

CPR line near Midway

Photograph depicts the CPR line near Midway, at the western end of the Boundary Subdivision. This points is 2.4 miles west of the Midway depot and denoted by a dump of ties laid on the rails. West of here was the Carmi Subdivision to Penticton (13...

Old business at Nelson, BC

Photograph depicts an old business car located on a spur on the west side of the Nelson CPR depot, where it seems to be a semi-fixture. The business car was #13 and had no dates.

Train near Moyie on the CPR line

Photograph depicts a train near Moyie on the CPR line. The end of the train was drawn by head end locomotive #6047. The train was westbound to Nelson, located at about mile 13 on the Nelson Subdivision, which starts at Cranbrook.

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