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 Trail Creek looking south 1898.
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 Looking along Bay Ave. toward the Smelter. Street is filled with slag.
 B.C. Smelting and Refining Co's.Copper Smelter.
 Brooklyn,headquarters for the building of the Columbia and Western Railway between Robson and Midway.
 No. 1 power station, Lower Bonnington.
 Columbia & Western narrow gauge locomotive used on the Trail-Rossland line.
 Nickle Plate blacksmith J.H. McDonald at home with his wife.
 Crown Point Hotel on Bay Avenue decorated for Dominion Day 1898.
 Trail in 1898.
 Trail citizens, including E. S. Topping and Police Chief William Devitt.
 The Rev. J.C. & Mrs. Calvert outside Trail's first parsonage behind the Methodist Church on Farwell Street.
 Bay Avenue.
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