Kettle River Museum
Midway, British Columbia

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

Moving cattle to market
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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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Budd Car dayliners replaced traditional passenger trains in 1958
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The railway was no longer economically viable
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The Hope Princeton Highway follows the 100 year old route of the Dewdney Trail
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Cruising Highway 3 between Grand Forks and Greenwood
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As steam locomotives were replaced by diesel, fuel tanks were installed along the line
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Lumber is still transported by rail from the new Pope and Talbot sawmill
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The last Kettle Valley Railway passenger train
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Kathleen Dewdney in the early days with her students at Ingram Mountain School
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Last KVR passenger train at Rock Creek Station
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CP Rail - a new corporate identity for the Canadian Pacific Railway
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A work train runs along the Kettle River
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Midway Station stands abandoned in this painting by F. Western Smith
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The present and the past - the  BC Provincial Museum Train visits Midway
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CP Rail Engines No. 8831, 8504 and 8489 on the Castlegar to Midway run
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A washout on the abandoned KVR line near Beaverdell
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Rails and ties lifted from the KVR line are being loaded to haul away
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