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Making a hill by the mountain

City of Rossland crews were busy turning Queen St. into a ski and snowboard run as part of the Rossland Winter Carnival’s Rail Jam. Snow will fill the street to provide perfect conditions for daredevils to strut their stuff right in downtown Rossland. - Sheri Regnier
City of Rossland crews were busy turning Queen St. into a ski and snowboard run as part of the Rossland Winter Carnival’s Rail Jam. Snow will fill the street to provide perfect conditions for daredevils to strut their stuff right in downtown Rossland.
— image credit: Sheri Regnier
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