Chung artifacts--Material type--Metal--Steel

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Rail section

Steel rail section, souvenir of the centennial of the completion of the transcontinental railway. An attached tag describes it as part of the last rail laid on the C.P.R. in the 1880's. A stamp on the back of the tag reads "Can. Pac. Ry. Nov 7, 1985. Craigellachie B.C. Donated by Mr. W.S. Miller and Mr. W.H. Evans

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Rail section

T-Section of steel rail, souvenir of the centennial of the completion of the transcontinental railway. An attached tag describes it as part of the last rail laid on the C.P.R. in the 1880's. A stamp on the back of the tag reads "Can. Pac. Ry. Nov 7, 1985. Craigellachie B.C.

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Railway spike

Railway spike from the 1955 railroad, as a souvenir of the centennial completion of the Canadian Pacific Railway, numbered 0451. Comes in a box that reads "CP Rail 1885-1985" where the spike is held by string and comes with a certificate of authenticity describing the spike's use on the railway in 1985

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Steamship keys

Room and locker keys for use aboard steamships of the British Columbia Coast Service with tags designating room numbers and ships including "Princess Marguerite", "Princess Elaine", "Princess Mary", "Princess Patricia", "Princess Louis", "Princess Maquina". The back of the tags read "If carried away by mistake kindly drop in letter box no postage required"

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