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Golden Transport, Golden, BC
Grace Church, Golden, BC
Swiss Guide, Edward Feuz leading a couple in the Rockies.
Golden, BC right after the opening of the Kicking Horse Trail in 1927.
The Golden Lodge opened its doors in 1926 in preparation of the opening of the Kicking Horse Trail in 1927. Brewster Bus Lines brough tourists to Golden .
The Golden Star building, which is still intact behind Mount 7 Taxi.
Columbia Valley Agricultural Hall, where the High School is today. Horse Racing was a big part of the recreational experience in the area.
The May Day Celebration was a big event, bringing people from all over to town. Here the May day Queen is being crowned.
A view from the hill showing the old wooden bridge that crossed town and the river before it was diverted into one channel.
1921 - Columbia River Lumber Company saw sharpening building.
Jim Sime with horses near the area where Purcell Lodge is today.
Sigurd Edlund riding one of the earliest motorcycles in the area. This photo was taken in the Blaeberry.
Horse racing was a popular sport in Golden. The track was in the area of the present High School
South side of Golden, BC with the Alexander Smelter in the right foreground.
Curling on Phantom Lake (Reflection Lake) before the curling rink was built. Cemetery in the backgroud.
The first flight over the Canadian Rockies was captained by Hoy.
The people of Golden have always been creative when it comes to the elements.
Before the days of cats and loaders horses skidded the logs from the bush.
Columbia River Lumber Company had a railroad that ran from Nicholson to Donald, covering 60 miles.
The riverboat Klahowya takng a group of locals on a Sunday afternoon picnic.
The riverboat Duchess, with a full crew and passengers ready to leave the docks in Golden.
Building of the Big Bend Highway was all done by hand. This is as close as it got to machinery.
Hockey being played on the ice sheet beside the curling rink, behind the present Aposoles Restaurant.
William and Wilfred Habart with their team cutting hay at Nicholson.
Columbia River Lumber Company mill in operation at Golden, BC
North side of Golden, before the 7-11 was built.
North side of Golden.
Rolston and Mitchell, General Merhcants in Golden, BC
The Lyric building housed the Bank of Montreal.
The Provincial Court House that was moved to Golden in 1899 when CPR pulled out of Donald.
Golden via the famous Kicking Horse Trail
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