British American Cooperation Ground and Office c.1905: 2283.0006

British American Cooperation Ground and Office c.1905
2283.0006

2283.0006: British American Cooperation Ground and Office c.1905

British American Cooperation Ground and Office Great Northern Station on right, Nickel Plate Power House and Mt. Roberts in background c.1905. The British America Corporation office building between 3rd & 4th avenues, Spokane & Earl Streets. Red Mountain Railway later Great Northern in foreground.

Medium:  Photograph - Image
Date:  Circa 1905
Source:  Rossland Museum & Discovery Centre: #14 Misc. Buildings RMDC 2080 D29 F0249
Collection:  Rossland Museum & Discovery Centre (2283)

Keywords:

British American Cooperation Ground and Office Great Northern Stations Nickel Plate Power House Mt. Roberts

Subjects:

Physical Features arrow Mountains arrow Mount Robertsarrow
Cities arrow Rossland arrow Buildings arrow British America Corporation Officearrow
Cities arrow Rossland arrow Buildings arrow Great Northren Stationarrow
Cities arrow Rossland arrow Buildings arrow Nickle Plate Power Housearrow
Cities arrow Rossland arrow Street Names arrow 3rd Avearrow
Cities arrow Rossland arrow Street Names arrow 4th Avearrow
Cities arrow Rossland arrow Street Names arrow Earl Streetarrow
Cities arrow Rossland arrow Street Names arrow Spokane Streetarrow

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