One last holdup on B.C. railway tracks

!Columbia and Western Railway began in 1896 to serve the mines at Red Mountain and Rossland and smelter at Trail. The CPR took it over along with its land grant of 10,000 acres per mile of track and merged it with the Kettle Valley Railway.  - Columbia and Western Trail Society
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B.C. VIEWS: One last holdup on the railway tracks

  • posted Oct 21, 2014 at 1:00 PM

Bill Miner got the headlines, but it was the early coal, lumber and railway barons who really made out like bandits.

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