59 Mile House, Freight Team.
Ashcroft freight depot.
Cariboo Freight Outfit At Ashcroft
Cariboo Freight Outfit Near Ashcroft
Cariboo Freight Team In Mud At Ashcroft.
Cariboo Freight Teams On The Cariboo Road At Ashcroft
Cariboo Wagon And Team At Ashcroft
Clinton. Freighter Hauling Hay
Dave Long's Outfit, Cariboo Road, Ashcroft
Early days on the Cariboo Trail; stagecoach and freigh wagon at McDonald and McGillivray Ltd., Clinton
Freight Team Leaving Ashcroft For The Cariboo
Freight team leaving Clinton.
Freight Team Of George Proulx, Ashcroft
Freight Team Using Oxen Leaving Ashcroft For The Cariboo
Freight Teams In Merritt
Freight Wagons In Lytton.
Freighting On The Cariboo Road Over 83 Mile Mountain.
Freighting Team Leaving Ashcroft. Second From Right Is "Soapy" Smith, Of Whom It Was Said That He Would "Sooner Fight Than Eat".
George Mickel's outfit near Ashcroft.
Harmer's Jerkline Team On The Cariboo Road, Ashcroft.
Harvey Bailey Ltd., Ashcroft
Harvey, Bailey Co.Ltd. Ashcroft Cariboo Forwarding Agents
Innes Brothers outfit near Ashcroft.
Kamloops Museum photo; Barnard's Cariboo stage at Clinton; horses and mules are a jerk-line team; that is, only one rein used
Kamloops Museum photo; Chase Indian Church.
Kamloops Museum photo; D.H. Mccallum Livery Stable, Ashcroft
Kamloops Museum photo; Innes Brothers, Freight Contractors, north of Ashcroft; freighting by horse on Cariboo Road, Ashcroft
Kamloops Museum photo; Jock Aitkenhead driving in Kamloops in 1940.
Kamloops Museum photo; Lewis Freight team at Stewart and Crozier, Ashcroft.
Kamloops Museum photo; Residence of William Fortune at Tranquille, near Kamloops; believed to be William Fortune in cart in front of house