Photograph depicts the C.P.R. depot at Kimberley. It is in the center of the town, looking up towards the Kimberley mine which is 1 mile away. The last passenger service (1 coach) between Kimberley and Cranbrook ran about 1955.
Photograph depicts the C.P.R. Pritchard depot, 25 miles east of Kamloops. The passenger turnstile is unusual though found elsewhere in this area. The depot is long unused for passengers and is now used by a permanent way gang.
Photograph depicts the C.P.R. summit of the southern transcontinental C.P. line at Crowsnest Pass on the Alberta-B.C. border. The roundhouse is disused. Four men are working on the turntable; it is unclear whether they are rebuilding its eastern f...
Photograph depicts a velocipede north of C.P.R. track and immediately west of Port Hammond in the Fraser Valley. These three-wheeled hand/foot powered track vehicles were mostly used by track patrolmen.
Photograph depicts the commencement of the B.C. Electric Railway right-of-way at Commercial Dr. and near 22nd Ave. in Vancouver. It was built in 1891. The view is looking southeast towards New Westminster.
Photograph depicts the B.C. Electric Railway trackage at Kerrisdale in Vancouver. The photo was taken from 49th Ave. and West Boulevard, looking north. The second track used to lie to the right of the existing one.
Photograph depicts the former B.C. Electric Railway track crossing Sea Island Way near Bridgeport, Lulu Island, and looking north to the Oak St. road bridge. The track was lifted in 1965 when the new Steveston route went into service.
Photograph depicts the former B.C. Electric Railway spur running westwards along Bridgeport Rd., leading from the former main trackage. It was not in use for many years and was lifted in 1965, except for road crossings. The photo is taken from the...