Clinton, BC

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14 Archival description results for Clinton, BC

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Chasm

Photograph depicts "The Chasm" or "The Painted Chasm", located 11 miles north of Clinton, adjacent to the route of the Cariboo Road. In 1940, four years after this photograph was taken, Chasm Provincial Park was created in 1940 to preserve and promote the Painted Chasm feature, a gorge created from melting glacial waters eroding a lava plateau over a 10 million year span.

Chasm, BC

Photograph depicts "The Chasm" or "The Painted Chasm", located 11 miles north of Clinton, adjacent to the route of the Cariboo Road. In 1940, four years after this photograph was taken, Chasm Provincial Park was created in 1940 to preserve and promote the Painted Chasm feature, a gorge created from melting glacial waters eroding a lava plateau over a 10 million year span.

Pacific Great Eastern Railway Region Photograph Collection

  • 2020.08
  • Collection
  • [between 1905 and 1926]

This collection consists of photographs and "real photo" postcards that depict the construction and operation of the Pacific Great Eastern Railway line, communities nearby the railway line, and regional geography of areas adjacent to the PGE line.

PGE Jordan Spreader in operation

Photograph depicts an early model Jordan Spreader used in the construction of the Pacific Great Eastern Railway. A railway worker is standing on the spreader. The stencil on equipment states "P.G.W.R.R.". The flora suggests that this photograph may have been taken somewhere in the Lillooet/Clinton area.

Town of Clinton

Photograph depicts the town of Clinton. Wyness noted on the photograph verso that the survey crew had dinner here on their return trip in October 1936. In addition, the album caption notes that Clinton was the location of British Columbia's oldest hotel.