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Ruth Station. A fine picture of the Ruth station from the early days. Note the hoop on the verandah near the center of the picture. This was used to pass train orders to the engine crew, as the train was passing by. Thanks to Joe Smuin, author of the book, “Kettle Valley Railway, Mileboards”, who has the original of this photo.
Water Tower. The original water tower, just west of Trestle #8. The footings for the tower can still be seen.
Trestle #6. Train on Trestle #6 before it was rebuilt as a steel trestle.
Myra station in the early days.
Pooley Creek. Trestle #6 in the early days before it was rebuilt as a steel structure.