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  • Looking South Across CPR Tracks (1945)
        Black and white photo looking south across CPR tracks towards town site of Terrace Bay. Train station first to the right.
      Black and white photo looking south across CPR tracks towards town site ...
  • Local History P101-169
        Enroute on the CPR Railway, North Shore of Lake Superior, Ontario. Jackfish Bay in winter with CPR Diesel Locomotive emerging from Jackfish Tunnel
      Enroute on the CPR Railway, North Shore of Lake Superior, Ontario. Jackfish ...
  • Floor Map of Railway Station in Terrace Bay
        Attached to a letter concerning the construction of the railway station in Terrace Bay is the floor map for the railway station.
      Attached to a letter concerning the construction of the railway station in ...
  • Newspaper Article on the History of Black Siding (Terrace Bay)
        This newspaper article from the Terrace Bay-Schreiber News in 1984 talks about the history of Terrace Bay when the area was known as Black Siding.
      This newspaper article from the Terrace Bay-Schreiber News in 1984 talks about ...
  • Black Siding (~1946)
        Black Siding or Black Pit was the original name for Terrace Bay due to the nature of material extracted from a C.P.R. ballast pit for track construction. The first residential home in Terrace Bay was not built until March of 1946. Prior to 1945, Black Siding was only a passing ...
      Black Siding or Black Pit was the original name for Terrace Bay ...
  • Jackfish Tunnel (~1900)
        Black and white photograph of three ladies, posing on C.P.R. railway track near the opening of the tunnel at Jackfish, Ontario. The ladies are identified as: Ann, Liv and Kelly Dahl (left to right). Identification has been provided by the son of Liv Dahl. It was from this point that ...
      Black and white photograph of three ladies, posing on C.P.R. railway track ...
  • People: Individuals
        This is a black and white photograph of a man standing on the train tracks for Canadian Pacific Railway in winter. This looks like the area where they built the train station.
      This is a black and white photograph of a man standing on ...
  • Canadian Pacific Railway in Terrace Bay
        This is a photograph of the railroad tracks in Terrace Bay. The railroad station is under construction in this photograph. The building was erected in 1949. Bob Hales was the Station Master. The trains that use this railroad station are part of Canadian Pacific Railway.
      This is a photograph of the railroad tracks in Terrace Bay. The ...
  • 1978 Train Wreck
        These are colour photographs of the 1978 passenger train derailment at Ripple, east of Terrace Bay.
      These are colour photographs of the 1978 passenger train derailment at Ripple, ...
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