Transportation and Utilities

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  • Act of means of transporting from one place to another
  • Act of means of providing water, power, sewage, etc. to communities
  • Facilities and infrastructures (eg. harbours, highways, airports, hydroelectric projects)
  • Vehicles, rolling stock, aircraft, equipment, ships and boats, ferries
  • Accidents (eg. highway crashes, derailments, air crashes, ship wrecks)
  • Rescue services (eg. towing, coast guard)
  • Businesses and corporations (eg. motor associations)
  • Professional organizations and unions
  • SEE ALSO: Agriculture; Business and Commerce; Industries; Military

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47 Results for Transportation and Utilities

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C.N. tug "Pentowna" at Kelowna

Photograph depicts the C.N. tug "Pentowna" at Okanagan Lake in Kelowna. It is undergoing its annual refit. It was built in 1927 as a lake passenger steamer and converted to a tug at a later date. Her plates are in good condition.. The f...

C.N.R. line in Kelowna

Photograph depicts the Canadian National Railway (CN) line in Kelowna. In the background are freight yards and a loading ramp to rail scows on Lake Okanagan.

CNR Kelowna

Photograph depicts the CNR freight dispatch office in Kelowna, which Davies believed to be not in use in 1978.

CNR Kelowna

Photograph depicts a CN Tug "Pentowna" at the CN slip on Lake Okanagan, which was used as a stand-by. The boat was built in 1926 in Prince Rupert as a steam screw passenger ship.

CNR Kelowna

Photograph depicts a water front shell depot on 990 Ellis Street and Recreation Ave. Visible tank car was built in 1974.

CNR Kelowna

Photograph depicts the CNR yards in Kelowna. Located adjacent to Lake Shea. Image captures a switcher locomotive #7155.

CNR Kelowna

Photograph depicts a CN Tug "Pentowna" at the CN slip on Lake Okanagan, which was used as a stand-by. The boat was built in 1926 in Prince Rupert as a steam screw passenger ship.

CNR Kelowna

Photograph depicts a team track backing out onto Ellis Street. A freight shed is visible on the right side of the photo. Image also captures a flat car that was built in 1965.

CNR Kelowna

Photograph depicts a CN barge slip. Image displays the "Pentowna" stand-by tug and a rail barge in the rear of the pier.

CPR Myra Canyon

Photograph taken at CPR Myra Canyon. On the 'Save the Trestles' expedition after a line closure at the location.

CPR Myra Canyon

Photograph taken at CPR Myra Canyon. On the 'Save the Trestles' expedition after a line closure at the location.

CPR Myra Canyon

Photograph taken at CPR Myra Canyon. On the 'Save the Trestles' expedition after a line closure at the location.

CPR Myra Canyon

Photograph taken at CPR Myra Canyon. On the 'Save the Trestles' expedition after a line closure at the location.

CPR Myra Canyon

Photograph taken at CPR Myra Canyon. On the 'Save the Trestles' expedition after a line closure at the location.

CPR Myra Canyon

Photograph taken at CPR Myra Canyon. On the 'Save the Trestles' expedition after a line closure at the location.

CPR Myra Canyon

Photograph taken at CPR Myra Canyon. On the 'Save the Trestles' expedition after a line closure at the location.

CPR Myra Canyon

Photograph taken at CPR Myra Canyon. On the 'Save the Trestles' expedition after a line closure at the location.

Disused depot at Ellis and Clement

Photograph depicts a disused depot at Ellis and Clement. Taken from Ellis, looking east. Tracks across Ellis had just been removed. Side walk was inserted and black top had been laid. The removal of the road crossing signals had yet to be done.

Disused depot at Ellis and Clement

Photograph depicts a disused depot at Ellis and Clement. Taken from Ellis, looking east. Track was an isolated piece between St. Paul Street and Ellis and had been subsequently removed. Davies notes the vague talk at the time of converting the bui...

Original location of CNR and CPR yards

Photograph taken looking west towards a lake. Davies notes that the reason for this visible particular configuration is that the CNR and the CPR yards used to be west of Ellis. At the time the photograph was taken, such land was needed for better ...

Relocated and relaid trackage

Photograph depicts relocated and relaid trackage that served a sawmill located at Lakeshore and Bay Street, at the north end of downtown Kelowna.The rail approach was then via Weddell. Two spurs on the left took chip cars while the two spurs on th...