Prince George, BC

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1906 Results for Prince George, BC

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The $200 Report

File consists of a report by IFS "Pulp Chips From Sawmill and Logging Waste" accompanied by letter from Dr. Jago.

Department of Indian and Northern Affairs collection

  • 2002.15
  • Collection
  • 1973-1995

Collection consists of documents and a photograph album from the Department of Indian Affairs including publications, working papers, and reports related to First Nations affairs and administration.

Jack Carbutt Radio Show 1967 - CKPG Recording

Items consists of recording of Jack Carbutt's Radio Show, CKPG Recording aired in 1967. Possibly continuous recording of one show conducted by Carbutt; includes local commercials, and local and national newscasts done by Carbutt and musical ...

Main line of Northwood Pulp and Timber Ltd.

Photograph taken in front of the 'main line' that led to a pulp mill and river crossing. To the left was a lesser used connector to the CN main line. Behind the camera was a 4-track interchange yard. Beyond that, the CN line to Alberta c...

Sister locomotive of General Motors switcher

Photograph taken at the Northwood Pulp and Timber Ltd, Prince George. Visible is a General Motors switcher, built in 1959. Aqcuired in 1981. Its sister locomotive had just returned from some major servicing at CN shops in P.G. Built in 1954 and ac...

Private rail/road bridge

Photograph depicts a private rail/road bridge built to serve Northwood Pulp and Timber, Ltd. Crossing Fraser River. Looking west, towards the mill. On private Northwood trackage.

General Motors switcher

Photograph taken at the Northwood Pulp and Timber Ltd, Prince George. Visible is a General Motors switcher, built in 1959. Aqcuired in 1981. On private Northwood trackage with the mill in the background.

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