Kettle River Museum
Midway, British Columbia

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Along the Line: the Kettle Valley Railway as a Community Link

Against all odds and after five years, the first KVR passenger train arrives in Penticton
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Building the KVR, by Andrew McCullough - Part II
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Digging out after a heavy snowfall in the Coquihalla
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Ladner Creek Trestle in the Coquihala Subdivision - 560' high on a 12 36' curve
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Slide Creek Bridge
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Station agent Joe Davison and his daughter at the new Midway station
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A mixed train on the Kettle River, approaching Ingram Bridge
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Mr & Mrs Baird W. Bubar with one of the first trains to go through Beaverdell
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Meeting the train at Midway Station
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Order boards on the station are set at 'STOP'
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The Boundary's 225th Battalion detrains in Penticton and from there overseas
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Rotary plow pushing through deep snow in Coquihalla Pass
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Snowbanks on the Kettle Valley Line
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The KVR crew at Carmi Subdivision
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KVR passenger train at Mile 87.9, Canyon Creek, Myra Canyon
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KVR passenger train heading east at Kettle Valley, next stop Midway
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Waiting for the train on the Midway Station platform
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Kettle Valley Store, just a stone's throw from the KVR station
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