Kaslo, BC



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CPR Kaslo

Photograph depicts the switchback to gain access to the wharf at Kaslo, looking down graded. Upper part of the track in recent years led to an oil depot, but does not appear to have been used in last 6-12 months (1970).

CPR Kaslo

Photograph depicts a passenger wharf. The waterside of it has not used by the CPR storm-wheelers since 1957. The rail side of it has not been used since [19-?], but the track used 50 yards behind the camera was still used in 1970 by box cars loading dressed lumber. These cars moved by rail tractor back up line for 200 yards then switched to the barge spur which doubles back for about 400 yards south of this wharf.

CPR Kaslo spur to oil tank

Photograph depicts a spur to an oil tank depot (located 200 yards behind the photograph) which does not appear to have been used for about 6-12 months (1970). The platform on the left is being loaded.

Kaslo City Hall

Photograph depicts the Kaslo City Hall, built in 1898. The first floor contained a library while the second floor held a coutroom with original furnishings in mild disarray.