Kettle River Museum
Midway, British Columbia

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

Hauling logs to the banks of the Kettle River for the annual log drive
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The log drive would begin with the spring flood
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Log drive on the Kettle River
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Teacher and students of Midway School
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Locomotive off the track at Rock Creek
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Engine No. 3226 and her crew
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A 5100 series engine
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Members of the WWII Women's Army Corp, WAC's, boarding the Kettle Valley Railway
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Catching a ride on a speeder
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Installing the trans-Canada phone line along the Kettle Valley Line
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Plowing out after a heavy snow
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Budd Car dayliners replaced traditional passenger trains in 1958
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As steam locomotives were replaced by diesel, fuel tanks were installed along the line
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Kathleen Dewdney in the early days with her students at Ingram Mountain School
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Cattle drive along the KVR line
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Looking east from "Mile O" of the KVR: a final portrait of the station still in use
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Last station crew at Midway, from left to right: Ned Consulo, Pete Hoosen and William Vanderburgh
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Cycling the Kettle Valley Railway near Princeton
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