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“Wow – talk about making great music,” Terry Jesudason said. “Those were the days.”
Shawn Pollard has donated the ship’s steam whistle to the Nakusp Rail Society on behalf his father
Weekly feature in partnership with the Trail Museum and Archives
Many talented performers came from the city’s early music scene
Photos: Courtesy the Trail Historical Society - scroll to the bottom to see the building’s exterior
First plane at the Trail airport circa 1929
City hotels - the Central, Aldridge and Montana - were set up as hospitals during the 1918 pandemic
Central School housed all grades until Trail Technical High School was built in 1923.
Looking at the history of dams in the West Kootenay
PHOTOS: Trail Blazers in a weekly historical feature with the Trail Museum and Archives
City archives are located the Rossland Museum and Discovery Centre
The Trail Times office will be closed on Monday for Labour Day.
Ed Jordan lived in the cabin up Kootenay Pass from Creston from 1923 to 1942.
Louanne Flintoft painted, stained and carved portions of pole to complete the project
Before the Columbia River dams cut the water flow starting in 1968, the river rose much higher.
The Rossland Museum and Discovery Centre is open with pandemic protocols in place
Weekly historical series in partnership with the Trail Museum and Archives
PHOTOS: Scroll to bottom of story to see more photos of Lt. Robert Hampton Gray
Trail Blazers is a weekly feature in partnership with the Trail Museum and Archives
The Needles ferry celebrates 30 years of service this summer