Keremeos, BC

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GNR branch to Keremeos

Photograph depicts a bridge over the Similkameen River. The branch was still in use with very little traffic. One padlocked door on each side of the bridge allows examination of trusses.

GNR branch to Keremeos

Photograph depicts a bridge over the Similkameen River. When track ran to Hedley, there were 3 of these bridges. All stood still at the time the photograph was captured. The other were on the lifted Keremeos to Hedley section.

Girder bridge, Keremeos

Photograph depicts a covered grider bridge of a former railway (subsidiary of the Great Northern Railway, built in 1907-14) that formerly ran between Keremeos and Princeton, but had long since been lifted. The bridge was now used by vehicles going...

Girder bridge, Keremeos

Photograph depicts a covered wooden grider bridge of the former Great Northern Railway spur that ran from north Washington state into B.C. at Keremeos, then west to Princeton. It was now only operating as far north as Keremeos.

Great Northern Railway - Keremeos

Photo the depot in Keremeos that had been locked up and deserted after the agency had moved to Oroville, Washington in January 1971. However, the truck to Keremeos was still used for freight traffic, if infrequently. Rails in the photograph were d...

Hotel in Keremeos

Photograph depicts an old hotel in the center of Keremeos. It once had been a thriving staging post. The village now only contained 2 building which included this hotel and a dance hall that had been converted to a barn.