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Image No: NA-4313-1

Title: Stereoscopic view of Fort Calgary, Alberta.

Date: [ca. 1885]

Photographer/Illustrator: Thom, A.B. Winnipeg, Manitoba

Remarks: Thom photo #1079. From east bank of Elbow River looking northwest. Windmill on right - next to the Elbow River - filled the water tank in the middle of the photo.

Subject(s): Calgary, Alberta - Views / Windmills / Canadian Pacific Railway / Fort Calgary / Royal Canadian Mounted Police - Posts

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Image No: NA-4313-2

Title: Stereoscopic view of Fort Calgary, Alberta.

Date: [ca. 1885-1894]

Photographer/Illustrator: Thom, A.B. Winnipeg, Manitoba

Remarks: Thom photo #1079.
From east bank of Elbow river looking northwest.
Note windmill for water tower at right.

Subject(s): Calgary, Alberta - Views / Windmills / Canadian Pacific Railway / Fort Calgary / Royal Canadian Mounted Police - Posts

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Image No: NA-4432-2

Title: Canadian Pacific Railway bridge, Stoney Creek, British Columbia.

Date: Spring 1885

Subject(s): Canadian Pacific Railway - Construction / Canadian Pacific Railway - Bridges / Stoney Creek, British Columbia - Views

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Image No: NA-4432-3

Title: Canadian Pacific Railway bridge at Stoney Creek, Selkirk Range, British Columbia.

Date: 1885

Photographer/Illustrator: Bailey and Neelands, Vancouver, British Columbia

Subject(s): Canadian Pacific Railway - Bridges / Canadian Pacific Railway - Construction / Stoney Creek, British Columbia - Views

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Image No: NA-4432-4

Title: Canadian Pacific Railway bridge at Stoney Creek, British Columbia.

Date: 1893

Photographer/Illustrator: Brooks, E.C., Nanaimo, British Columbia

Remarks: Derrick car on deck. Shows original wood, falsework for steel, and lower chord of arch in place.

Subject(s): Canadian Pacific Railway - Construction / Canadian Pacific Railway - Bridges / Stoney Creek, British Columbia - Views

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Image No: NA-4432-5

Title: Canadian Pacific Railway work crew on Stoney Creek bridge, British Columbia.

Date: 1893

Photographer/Illustrator: Trueman and Caple, Vancouver, British Columbia

Remarks: Original wood. Lower chord and part of upper chord of arch in place. Derrick car on bridge.

Subject(s): Canadian Pacific Railway - Construction / Canadian Pacific Railway - Bridges / Stoney Creek, British Columbia - Views

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Image No: NA-4432-6

Title: Canadian Pacific Railway picnic group at summit of Rogers Pass, British Columbia.

Date: 1895

Remarks: Thomas Kilpatrick and T. Gillespie indicated by arrows. Group danced on top of shed number 17.

Subject(s): Canadian Pacific Railway - Rolling-stock / Canadian Pacific Railway - Locomotives / Canadian Pacific Railway - Passenger traffic / Canadian Pacific Railway - Employees / Rogers Pass, British Columbia - Events

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Image No: PB-754-1

Title: Canadian Pacific Railway tug-of-war team, Revelstoke, British Columbia.

Date: May 24, 1900

Photographer/Illustrator: Trueman, R. H., Vancouver, Revelstoke and Sandon, British Columbia

Remarks: Back row, L-R: D. McLeod, J. Outhett, R. Fowler, J. Purvis.
Middle row, L-R: P. C. Ainslee (anchor man), J. D. McLennan (captain), Ed Trimble.
Front row, L-R: D. Swanney, K. Dodd, A. McLeod, S. S. McLeod.

Subject(s): Revelstoke, British Columbia - Personalities / Revelstoke, British Columbia - Amusements / Canadian Pacific Railway - Employees

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Image No: PB-754-3

Title: Revelstoke Lacrosse Club, Revelstoke, British Columbia.

Date: [ca. 1900-1919]

Photographer/Illustrator: Trueman, R. H., Vancouver, Revelstoke and Sandon, British Columbia

Remarks: Back row, L-R: T. Kilpatrick (honourary president), T. E. L. Taylor (executive), T. W. Bradshaw (executive), A. J. Macdonell (executive), D. G. Mackenzie (executive), J. Doyle (secretary), R. Blackburn (defense), N. B. Jackes (home), J. McIntyre (defense), M. O'Brien (mayor).
Middle row, L-R: T. Carey (outside home), E. Edwards (cover point), A. E. Kincaid (president), J. Coghlan (point), C. M. McCarrey (goal), J. Graham (centre), A. Teague (field captain).
Front row, L-R: T. W. Melville (home), T. Stanford (home), G. A. McIntyre (defense), C. Cao (inside home).

Subject(s): Revelstoke, British Columbia - Personalities / Revelstoke, British Columbia - Mayors / Revelstoke, British Columbia - Sports / Lacrosse / Sports uniforms

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Image No: NA-4432-7

Title: Devastation on Canadian Pacific Railway track after snow slide, one hundred yards east of Mile 403, Albert Canyon area, British Columbia.

Date: April 11, 1904

Remarks: Avalanche three miles east of Albert Canyon killed Thomas Downie and Kenneth Dodd when cars swept from track.

Subject(s): Canadian Pacific Railway - Accidents / Avalanches / Albert Canyon area, British Columbia - Views

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