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Pendragon Hotel, Camborne
Pendragon Hotel, Camborne
Terminal of Oyster Criterion Tramway, Camborne, B.C.
Terminal of Oyster Criterion Tramway, Camborne, B.C.
Freighters, Camborne
Freighters, Camborne
Brantford Moving Co. for Silver Dollar Mine
Brantford Moving Co. for Silver Dollar Mine
Ready for a mountain climb, Camborne B.C.
Ready for a mountain climb, Camborne B.C.
Camborne. Brantford and Co. hauling cable to the Silver Dollar Mine
Camborne. Brantford and Co. hauling cable to the Silver Dollar Mine
Crawford Tram Co. of Nelson BC, taking one and one eighth inch cable to the Silver Dollar Mine, length of cable 3600 feet, weight 7600 pounds; packed by E.S. Branford and Co., Camborne, B.C. on 31 horses, distance six mile [sic] on Oct. 3rd 1906
Crawford Tram Co. of Nelson BC, taking one and one eighth inch cable to the Silver Dollar Mine, length of cable 3600 feet, weight 7600 pounds; packed by E.S. Branford and Co., Camborne, B.C. on 31 horses, distance six mile [sic] on Oct. 3rd 1906
Crawford Tram Co. of Nelson B.C., taking one and one eighth inch cable to the Silver Dollar Mine, length of cable 3600 ft, weight of cable, 7600 lb; packed by E.S. Branford and Co., Camborne, B.C. on 31 horses, distance six mile [sic] up the mountain trail on Oct. 3rd 1906
Crawford Tram Co. of Nelson B.C., taking one and one eighth inch cable to the Silver Dollar Mine, length of cable 3600 ft, weight of cable, 7600 lb; packed by E.S. Branford and Co., Camborne, B.C. on 31 horses, distance six mile [sic] up the mountain trail on Oct. 3rd 1906
Crawford Tram Co. Nelson B.C., taking one and one eighth inch cable to the Silver Dollar Mine, length of cable 3600 ft, weight, 7600 lb; packed by E.J.. Branford and Co., Camborne, B.C. on 31 horses, distance six miles up the mountain trail on Oct. 3rd 1906
Crawford Tram Co. Nelson B.C., taking one and one eighth inch cable to the Silver Dollar Mine, length of cable 3600 ft, weight, 7600 lb; packed by E.J.. Branford and Co., Camborne, B.C. on 31 horses, distance six miles up the mountain trail on Oct. 3rd 1906