Lytton, BC

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16 Archival description results for Lytton, BC

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CNR Cisco Bridge

Photograph depicts Cisco Bridge, that crossed the Fraser River in Fraser Canyon. Looking upstream with CPR track in the lower right of the photo. 200 yards behind this photo, the CPR tack crossed the Fraser River to the west bank.

CNR Lytton

Photograph depicts a caboose at the end of a contractor's gear train. This train was being hauled one mile south to Winch Spur where loads were removed from flat cars.

CNR Lytton

Photograph taken at the southern end of the Lytton yard limits. The visible rail bridge carries a protected pedestrian footpath on its northern trusses.

CPR Cisco Bridge

Photograph depicts Cisco Bridge that spanned the Fraser River 36 miles below Lytton in Fraser Canyon. It was believed to be the origininal bridge that was built with under slung girders.

CPR Cisco Bridge

Photograph depicts Cisco Bridge that spanned the Fraser River 36 miles below Lytton in Fraser Canyon. A power line in the background was just being erected from the Peace River Dam.

Gordon Wyness Album

  • 2020.05
  • Collection
  • 1936

In 1936, Gordon Young Wyness was employed by Philip M. Monckton, a B.C. Land Surveyor. Between June 5 and October 8, Wyness joined Monckton and a group of others on a land survey expedition in northwestern BC. The survey crew travelled to various locations in the area including Telkwa, Hazelton, Burns Lake, Francoise Lake, Vanderhoof, Prince George, Quesnel, Lytton, and Hope. Wyness documented their journey in this photograph album. Based on the photographs, it appears that the crew led by Philip Monckton consisted of Jack Lee and Gordon Wyness; Mrs. Lavender Monckton (nee O'Hara) also accompanied the group.

In addition to the 50 photographs included in the album, this collection also includes five additional unique photographs that accompanied the album.

Wyness, Gordon Young