Lake Superior

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Title

Lake Superior

Description

The photograph on the top left of the left page shows a coast line with a body of water in the background. Captioned 'RUGGED COAST, NORTH SHORE - LAKE SUPERIOR".
The photograph on the top right of the left page shows a railway tunnel going through a cliff side. Captioned JACK FISH TUNNEL, NORTH SHORE LAKE SUPERIOR".
The photograph on the bottom left of the left page shows a train on a curved track over a bridge, spanning over a lake. The photograph is captioned "JACKFISH CURVE -NORTH SHORE LAKE SUPERIOR".
The photograph on the bottom right of the left page shows a shoreline on the edge of a body of water. The photograph is captioned "'JACKFISH' -NORTH SHORE LAKE SUPERIOR".
The photograph on the top left of the right page shows a crane with a telegraph line in the foreground.
The photograph on the top right of the right page shows a bridge spanning a body of water.
The photograph on the bottom left of the right page shows two men standing on a wooden walkway. Behind the men are some houses.
The photograph on the bottom right of the right page shows Malahat Chalet with a car parked outside. Trees can be seen behind the house.

Identification kindly provided by Frank Schilder.

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Format

Eight b/w photographs

Rights

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Identifier

PBraithwaiteW19010052

Citation

“Lake Superior,” IBCC Digital Archive, accessed June 20, 2024, https://ibccdigitalarchive.lincoln.ac.uk/omeka/collections/document/43874.

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