Kettle River Museum
Midway, British Columbia

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

Fetching mailbags for the Kettle Valley Store post office
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Lumber from Boundary Sawmills could be shipped by rail
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Boundary Sawmills was built on the site of the former mill
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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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Everything came on the railway
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Kettle Valley Railway work train
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Engine No. 3226 and her crew
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An engineer on the Kettle Valley Line
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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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KVR telegraph operator Don Owens
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A self-propelled steam hoist at Mile 87.4
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Bridge repair at Mile 89.4
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Cutting timbers for bridge and trestle repair with a Beaver power chainsaw
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Filling the trestle at Mile 92.1 - reducing the replacement cost of wood timbers
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Ditcher at Mile 96.3 loading cars for infilling trestles
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