Eugene Hospital, Cranbrook, BC The St. Eugene Hospital in Cranbrook, BC. This was a nursing hospital run by the Catholic Sisters of Providence. The last class of nurses was graduated in The hospital was opened in 1901 on land donated by Colonel Baker.
Railway stations in Moyie BC
Composite Railway Page. The Canadian Pacific Railway's route through the Crowsnest* Pass in southern British Columbia has been a key feature of the province's transportation system for 100 years.
Ruins on Victoria Ave. Fernie BC After the Fire Aug. 1908 Unused sepia real photo postcard of ruins on Victoria Ave. Fernie BC after the Fire Aug. This is a good image of the total devastation resulting from the 1908 fire.
Lake KooCanUsa: KOOtenay, CANada, USA. 150 km fresh water between Canada und USA.
BC Spruce Mills Lumberton BC
Government Building - Cranbrook, BC An early image of the Government building at the east end of Baker Street in Cranbrook, BC.
Tie Lake near Cranbrook, BC - a snowshoeing, canoeing, hiking, cross country skiing and mountain biking trail
South Country Schools: Baynes Lake, B. Sketch of the Baynes Lake schoolhouse. It was later used as a church, community centre and is an heritage site at Baynes Lake. The Baynes Lake Farmers Market uses it in the summer months.
Kootenay Indians on Baker St. probably at corner of Ave.
Colonel James A. Baker (1830-1906) the Founder of Cranbrook (circa 1890). A prominent British family and earned an M.A. Degree from Cambridge University. He was elected to the BC Provincial Legislature from 1888 to 1900, serving in many key ministerial positions and laid the cornerstone of the Parliament Buildings in Victoria in 1894. The Baker Estate reverted to the City and is now known as Baker Park.
SS Nasookin on Kootenay Lake The Kimberley Scout Troop on their way in 1928 to summer camp at Ainsworth, B. They are crossing Kootenay Lake on the paddlewheeler SS Nasookin.