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  • Subject: Cities & towns
  • Early Photograph of Schreiber
        Early photograph of Schreiber reinforced on cardboard backing. Photograph has a large vertical crack down the centre, as well as some waterstains on the upper portion.
      Early photograph of Schreiber reinforced on cardboard backing. Photograph has a large ...
  • Framed Photograph of Schreiber C.P.R.
        Framed photograph of the Schreiber C.P.R. yard circa 1900. Text reads: "Schreiber had developed into an important divisional point by the time this photograph was taken in 1900. Besides the extensive switching yards, the facilities included ice houses, a water tower, a round house, repair shops, coal shutes and stock ...
      Framed photograph of the Schreiber C.P.R. yard circa 1900. Text reads: "Schreiber ...
  • Framed Photograph of Schreiber C.P.R. Station
        Framed black and white photograph depicts Schreiber's C.P.R. Station at an unknown date. Text reads: "Schreiber's first station, pictured here, was built in 1885, the same year the "Last Spike" was driven completing Canada's first transcontinental rail line. An important supply site during the railway's construction on the Lake Superior ...
      Framed black and white photograph depicts Schreiber's C.P.R. Station at an unknown ...
  • Framed Photograph of The Imperial Limited
        Framed photograph of the Imperial Limited train in front of the Schreiber C.P.R. station. Text reads: "The Imperial Limited", pictured here in front of the CPR's Schreiber station, was one of the company's premier luxury passenger trains of the early 1900's. In the 1920's the roughly 100-hour, cross-Canada service operated ...
      Framed photograph of the Imperial Limited train in front of the Schreiber ...
  • "The Name is Thunder Bay"
        Fort William's main newspaper, The Daily Times-Journal, announcing the new name for the amalgamated cities of Fort William and Port Arthur. As of January 1, 1970, the city would be called Thunder Bay.
      Fort William's main newspaper, The Daily Times-Journal, announcing the new name for ...
  • Photograph of Schreiber
        Black and white photograph of Schreiber showing the railroad in the centre of town.
      Black and white photograph of Schreiber showing the railroad in the centre ...
  • Schreiber Train Yard
        Black and white photograph of the Schreiber train yard.
      Black and white photograph of the Schreiber train yard.
  • Schreiber's 125th Needle Point Display
        A needlework art piece commemorating Schreiber's 125th anniversary and the ten provinces of Canada. Plaque reads: "Donated to Schreiber Heritage Museum in memory of John & Helen Bulna and Tom Petkovic from Emma and Diane Petkovic".
      A needlework art piece commemorating Schreiber's 125th anniversary and the ten provinces ...
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