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Photographs Pacific Railway Survey British Columbia 1875

An album of photographs by Charles Horetzky taken during a Pacific Railway survey between June and September of 1875, looking for a Northern route for the railway. The photos are predominantly along the Homathko River (spelled Homathco here) starting from the mouth of the Bute Inlet. There is also one photo of Victoria from the same period. The photographs are numbered and have captions indicating their location. Both the album and the photos are in very good condition.

Horetzky, Charles

Some startling facts relating to the Canadian Pacific Railway and the north-west lands, also a brief discussion regarding the route, the western terminus and the lands available for settlement

Booklet regarding the construction of the Canadian Pacific Railway and colonization of the Canadian Northwest, suggesting a different route through the Rockies to the west. Two copies, one copy missing the front cover.

Horetzky, Charles

Grand Canon

Caption: "River Homatheo. Upper portion of Grand Canon, looking down from about station 1667. say 31.57 miles from Waddington. Nos 13-20 include all the views in the Grand Canon, which ceases here. Total distance from No. 18 to No. 20 is nearly 56 chains." Caption refers to Homathko River.

Horetzky, Charles

Grand Canon

Caption: "River Homatheo. 31.34 miles from Waddington, looking down river one chain wide." Depicts two men sitting by riverside. Caption refers to Homathko River.

Horetzky, Charles

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