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  • Highway Camps
        Highway camps to build the Trans Canada Highway 17 near Rossport, Ontario.
      Highway camps to build the Trans Canada Highway 17 near Rossport, Ontario.
  • Marathon Train Station (~ 1945)
        In the background of this photo you can see the train depot under construction. In the foreground, are the dormatories for construction workers.
      In the background of this photo you can see the train depot ...
  • Marathon Train Station (~1946)
        Photo shows the bunk houses for the road construction workers and/or employees of the train station.
      Photo shows the bunk houses for the road construction workers and/or employees ...
  • Lake Sulphite Pulp and Paper Mill (~1936)
        A photograph of a work crew clearing the site for the future Lake Sulphite Pulp and Paper mill. The date of the photograph is not known.
      A photograph of a work crew clearing the site for the future ...
  • Ear Falls Hydro Colony
        Construction of the Hydro colony began in 1937 to house employees and their families. However, when the second unit of the power plant was installed, the construction camp was built on the west side of the dam away from the Hydro colony, at the present site of the transformer yard ...
      Construction of the Hydro colony began in 1937 to house employees and ...
  • Marathon Train Station
        With the end of World War II, the men returning from the war, the men who were released from POW camps, and Europeans wishing to stay in Canada, were all well received by the town of Marathon. In this photo is the CPR depot which was under construction. In the ...
      With the end of World War II, the men returning from the ...
  • Construction Camp - Peninsula
        The bustling town of Peninsula in 1884. This was the first landing used in the construction of the CPR. Peninsula was known as 'the wickedest city in America'. Supplies carried by steamers, such as the Butcher's Boy, were landed at Peninsula Harbour to accommodate an estimated 12,000 men and 5,000 ...
      The bustling town of Peninsula in 1884. This was the first landing ...
  • Res. 24 - WW Mack
        Construction or logging camp cabins with residents standing outside. The cook stands in the foreground and beside the kitchen are men dressed in suits and a woman.
      Construction or logging camp cabins with residents standing outside. The cook stands ...
  • Highways 1934, unidentified
        Highways 1934, unidentified.
      Highways 1934, unidentified.
  • Cabins at Pakwash Bay
        A view from across Pakwash Bay of the sleeping quarters of the Red Lake road builders. These cabins had log walls and canvas roofs.
      A view from across Pakwash Bay of the sleeping quarters of the ...
  • Building the Trans-Canada West of Thunder Bay (~1931)
        This photograph was taken at mile 79, just outside of Upsala. These men were from camp C9. Crews were spaced out at camps five miles apart. Each camp had about 130 workers. Building a five mile stretch of work involved tremendous manual labour and took about 3 years to complete. ...
      This photograph was taken at mile 79, just outside of Upsala. These ...
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