Railroad stations--British Columbia



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Austen Francis Howard-Gibbon interview

RECORDED: Prince George (B.C.), 1986 SUMMARY: Austen Howard-Gibbon grew up at the Williams Lake station where his father, Charles, was station agent from 1929 to 1945. Austen, a lawyer, currently (as of 1986) lives in Prince George.;

Donald W. McKinnon interview

RECORDED: Prince George (B.C.), 1986 SUMMARY: Don McKinnon was with the PGE from 1945 until 1965 when he joined Northwood Pulp and Paper in Prince George. Don was station agent at a number of locations, including Pemberton and Prince George. Don ;...

Hugh H. Logan interview

RECORDED: [location unknown], [1960?] SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Mr. Logan recounts his parents' early life in Esquimalt; the family moved to New Westminster in 1909. Mr. Logan started with the BC Electric at age thirteen; he describes his first job...

Train at Blue River : [sounds]

SUMMARY: [No content information available.] This tape may duplicate the content on T2154:0001 ("Train sounds"), and could be the original tape source of that copy.;

Train sounds

RECORDED: [location unknown], 1969-10-06 SUMMARY: This recording captures the sounds of the trans-continental train from the east arriving at the Blue River Divisional Point at midnight, October 6, 1969. Imbert Orchard describes the setting and sp...

[CNR agricultural demonstration train]

Documentary. Three-part film documenting the first agricultural demonstration train in B.C., sponsored by the CNR in conjunction with the Dominion and Provincial departments of Agriculture. The route followed was from Vancouver to the Okanagan, t...