Landslides--British Columbia



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Bob Joe interview

RECORDED: [location unknown], 1963-04-02 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Mr. Joe talks about Indian tribes in the Fraser Valley; legends of Cultus Lake; Indian dialects; Cultus Lake area; Columbia Valley area; Indian graves. TRACK 2: Mr. Bob continues with a...

Charles Walkem interview

RECORDED: [location unknown], 1965-10-27 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Mr. Charlie Walkem discusses Spences Bridge in 1894 during flood conditions; Cook's Ferry Indian Band; 1899 and 1905 landslides; ethnographic information on Thompson Indians at Spence...

Hope slide

The item is an edited reversal print from 1965. It show the aftermath of the huge landslide on the Hope-Princeton Highway 12 miles east of Hope, on January 9, 1965. There are extensive aerial views of slide area, ravaged mountainside, surrounding...

Inquiry into the Circumstances of Landslides at Whatshan

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  • 1953-1954

This series consists of records of the Inquiry into the Circumstances of Landslides at Whatshan, 1953-1954. Records include argument of counsel, transcripts of evidence presented at the proceedings (1953-1954), exhibits (1953-1954), and Commission...

British Columbia. Inquiry into the Circumstances of Landslides at Whatshan

Leah Shaw interview

CALL NUMBER: T0303:0001 RECORDED: [location unknown], 1965-11-18 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Miss Leah Shaw describes her father, William Hugh Shaw, as a contractor for the railway with McKenzie and Mann when they built the first 100 miles from Gladstone to...

Mile 63.5

Documentary. At 1:15 A.M., November 4, 1985, a northbound 94-car train struck a small rockslide on the BC Rail mainline. Three locomotives were derailed at Mile 63.5. This videotape depicts the raising of the locomotives.

Robert Yeomans interview

RECORDED: [location unknown], 1963-02-20 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Bob Yeomans talks about early Langley; his father's coming in 1882 to homestead; the origins of Derby; first settlers in the area, Smith, Muench, Campbell; trails and roads; Port Kel...

[Fraser Canyon slides]

Unedited footage. Shows construction crew assembling a Bailey bridge at washout site; washout damage to railroad bridge and line, road and culverts; bulldozer clearing debris; slide area and damage on hillside.

[Sailors Bar slide]

Unedited footage. Shows the damage caused by a landslide on the highway at Sailors Bar, and the clean-up work in progress, using a dredge and other heavy equipment.

[Tofino water]

News item. Problems with Tofino's town water supply, caused by mud slide. Some very good footage of Tofino's harbour, coastline and fishing boats.