Abandoned mines

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[Booth Collection -- B.C. places] : [footage and out-takes]

Footage. 12 reels of film (varying in length from 20 to 100 feet) showing different locations. Vancouver Airport, where crowd greets a Lancastrian aircraft [133, 102A]; English Bay sailing [102A]; Whytecliff Lodge (Horseshoe Bay) seaside resort activities [108]; Alpine Inn at Christina Lake [18]; Jones Lake fishing and mountaineering [209]; Cherry Creek cattle round-up [94]; Merritt sawmills, businesses and nearby coalmine "Middlebora" [45]; Harrison Lake Sasquatch celebration [120A]; haying at The Willows farm (Fraser Valley?) [58]; Coldstream Ranch (?) dairy cattle [14C]; Okanagan Lake sternwheeler "Sicamous" at Penticton and shots of Incola Hotel (pre-1935), and Westbank-to-Kelowna car ferry [175]; Herbert Arm (?) government dock and nearby mountaineering, wild flowers, and a semi-abandoned mine [103A-B).

Highway north

Travelogue. Scenic highlights and points of interest along Highway 97 in the Okanagan and Cariboo. Includes footage of car ferries (the M.V. "David Lloyd-Jones" and M.V. "Lequime") on Okanagan Lake; highlights of Kelowna International Regatta; abandoned mine equipment and shaft; Barkerville (before its restoration); sawmill in Quesnel; a parade and rodeo events at the Williams Lake Stampede.

Highway north

Travelogue. Scenic highlights and points of interest along Highway 97 in the Okanagan and Cariboo. Includes footage of car ferries (the M.V. "David Lloyd-Jones" and M.V. "Lequime") on Okanagan Lake; highlights of Kelowna International Regatta; abandoned mine equipment and shaft; Barkerville (before its restoration); sawmill in Quesnel; a parade and rodeo events at the Williams Lake Stampede.

List of the plans of abandoned mines

  • GR-1286
  • Series
  • 1903-1926

This series contains a list of plans of abandoned mines filed at the Dept. of Mines, according to the provisions of the Coal Mines Regulation Act and the Metalliferous Mines Inspection Act.

British Columbia. Chief Inspector of Mines

Malcolm H. Campbell fonds

  • PR-2298
  • Fonds
  • 1975

The fonds consists of 26 photographs of Anyox, Alice Arm, Kitsault River, and Observatory Inlet, taken in August 1975 by M.H. Campbell, a former Anyox resident. The photographs highlight the smelter site, mine workings, slag pile, coke plant and remaining buildings at Anyox (abandoned in 1935), and the townsite and buildings at Alice Arm (1975 population: 15).

Campbell, Malcolm H.

[Mining Association of British Columbia : miscellany]

Footage. A selection of miscellaneous footage from various films produced by Parry for the Mining Association and some of its member companies. Includes footage of Boyles Brothers (manufacture of diamond drills); BC Research labs; Cominco labs and smelter; geological surveys; "Kimberley smelter" (?); Nickel Plate mine at Hedley (abandoned buildings); oil refineries and tank farms; Phoenix mine; Pine Point; Similkameen Mining Company operations; Sullivan Mine; Trail; various unidentified mills and mine operations; Western Canada Rolling Mines (steel mill); Western Mines (construction of mill and other facilities).

Mirrors to the sun : long version

The item is a composite print of a travelogue film made in 1073-1974. It uses unusual optical techniques (mainly mirror-image and "kaleidoscopic" effects) to present the scenic splendours of B.C. Includes footage of abandoned Nickel Plate mine, Fraser Canyon, whitewater rafting, Nicola Valley, cattle ranching & roundup, rodeo, Kalamalka Lake, Kelowna Regatta, Penticton Peach Festival, autumn scenes, snowmobiling and skiing.

Mirrors to the sun : [short version]

Travelogue. Uses unusual optical techniques (mainly mirror-image and "kaleidoscopic" effects) to present the scenic splendours of B.C. Includes footage of abandoned Nickel Plate mine, Fraser Canyon, whitewater rafting, Nicola Valley, cattle ranching & roundup, rodeo, Kalamalka Lake, Kelowna Regatta, Penticton Peach Festival, autumn scenes, snowmobiling, skiing.

People in landscape : The Haida villages

SUMMARY: The history of the Haida people in the Queen Charlotte Islands. Includes: stories and legends from their ancestors; visits to Masset, and to Moresby and Anthony Islands; and descriptions of the old viillage sites with their remaining artifacts. Voices heard include Knut Fladmark, Dr. Peter Kelly, Betty Carey, Neil Carey, Gray Stephens and John Williams.

West Kootenay adventure

Travelogue. Scenic and recreational attractions of the West Kootenay area. Includes sequences on Arrow, Christina and Kootenay lakes; mining history, abandoned mine workings, old hotels and ghost towns, including Sandon; Hugh Keenleyside dam (and boat lock there); boating, fishing and water-skiing; Duck Lake wildfowl sanctuary; Meadow Creek kokanee spawning channel; "house of bottles" tourist attraction; Ainsworth Hot Springs; the retired sternwheeler S.S. "Moyie" at Kaslo; the Balfour-Kootenay Bay car ferry; mining museum at Rossland; parade honouring champion skier Nancy Greene, who is seen winning the ladies' slalom in the Du Maurier International at Red Mountain; Trail, including Cominco smelter; Phoenix open-pit mine; Doukhobor village museum and tomb of Peter Veregin; trail riding on the Dewdney Trail; various facilities for visitors.