Kettle River Museum
Midway, British Columbia

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Along the Line: the Kettle Valley Railway as a Community Link
Location: The Boundary

 
The Kettle River Valley near Midway
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By the end of the 19th Century there were 19 mining camps
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Riding through Camp McKinney
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The station yard at Eholt
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The roundhouse crew at Eholt
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CPR Engine No. 409, near Greenwood on the Columbia & Western line
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Columbia & Western whistle stop at Boundary Falls
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Approaching Midway - the last stop along the line
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The Midway Stage
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Making railway ties
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A mixed train on the Kettle River, approaching Ingram Bridge
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KVR passenger train heading east at Kettle Valley, next stop Midway
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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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"Kettle Valley to Spend $450,000"
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"they shipped a whole carload of it. And then many ranchers would get their grain from it.."
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Cruising Highway 3 between Grand Forks and Greenwood
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