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Encyclopedia > List of ghost towns in British Columbia

This is a list of ghost towns in the Canadian province of British Columbia, including those still partly-inhabited as well as those completely abandoned or derelict. Region of location and associated events or enterprises are included. Canada consists of ten provinces and three territories. ... Motto: Splendor Sine Occasu (Latin: Splendour without diminishment) Official languages English de facto (none stated in law) Flower Pacific dogwood Tree Western Redcedar Bird Stellers Jay Capital Victoria Largest city Vancouver Lieutenant-Governor Iona Campagnolo Premier Gordon Campbell (BC Liberal) Parliamentary representation  - House seats  - Senate seats 36 6 Area...

Ghost town alternate names locality/region location/coordinates Events/activity Company town (yes/no) Peak population & era Today's population lifespan
Agerton Akerton Pemberton Valley °′″N, °′″W agrarian colony (Norwegians) 0
Allenby Similkameen 49°25′00.0″N, 120°30′59.9″W copper mining; see Copper Mountain
Alta Lake now part of Whistler °′″N, °′″W
Alvin Pitt Lake °′″N, °′″W
Anaconda Boundary 49°05′04.5″N, 118°40′58.9″W copper mining & smelter Anaconda Mines
Antler Creek Antler Cariboo °′″N, °′″W
Anyox North Coast (Observatory Inlet) °′″N, °′″W smelter; Granby Mining & Smelter Co. 10
Arrowhead Upper Arrow Lake °′″N, °′″W
Barkerville Cariboo 53°04′00.0″N, 121°30′59.9″W Cariboo Gold Rush 16,000 100 (staff)
Barnet Burnaby (Burrard Inlet) °′″N, °′″W 0
Baynes Lake East Kootenay °′″N, °′″W 0
Bennett Bennett Lake, Bennett Lake City Klondike Gold Rush 59°51′00.0″N, 135°00′00.0″W 0
Big Bar Sixty Mile, Big Bar Ferry Fraser Canyon 50°50′00.1″N, 122°48′59.9″W 2,000 50 (IR)
Big Bend Columbia °′″N, °′″W Big Bend Gold Rush 0
Birmingham Prince George °′″N, °′″W Grand Trunk Pacific Railroad construction/realty promotion 0
Boundary Falls Boundary 49°01′59.9″N, 118°41′59.9″W smelter & railway 0
Blackfoot Similkameen °′″N, °′″W gold (Similkameen Gold Rush 0
Blakeburn Similkameen °′″N, °′″W coal 0
Boothroyd's Boothroyd, Canyon Alpine Fraser Canyon °′″N, °′″W CPR
Boston Bar Quayome Fraser Canyon °′″N, °′″W CPR
Boundary Falls Boundary °′″N, °′″W 0
Bullion Cariboo °′″N, °′″W Cariboo Gold Rush 0
Bralorne Bridge River 50°46′00.0″N, 122°48′59.9″W 8,000 300
Bradian Bralorne Third Townsite Bridge River °′″N, °′″W 2,000 20
Brexton Bridge River 50°50′00.1″N, 122°48′59.9″W 3,000 20
Bridge River Six Mile, Lower Fountains, Lower Fountain Lillooet 50°50′00.1″N, 122°48′59.9″W 3,000 50 (IR)
Brittania Beach Brittania Howe Sound °′″N, °′″W gold mining (hard rock)
Brooklyn Boundary °′″N, °′″W 0
Butedale Central Coast 53°09′00.0″N, 128°41′59.9″W 2,000 10
Camborne Upper Arrow Lake °′″N, °′″W
Camerontown Cariboo °′″N, °′″W
Camp McKinney Boundary 49°07′00.0″N, 119°10′59.9″W 0
Cape Scott Central Coast °′″N, °′″W religious colony (Danes) 500 10
Cassidy Vancouver Island °′″N, °′″W coal mining 0
Carmi Okanagan °′″N, °′″W 0
Cascade City Boundary °′″N, °′″W 0
Cassiar Cassiar District °′″N, °′″W Cassiar Gold Rush and later mining
Cedar City Cariboo °′″N, °′″W
Centreville Cassiar District °′″N, °′″W
Cherryville Okanagan (northern Monashees) °′″N, °′″W 0
Circle City Upper Arrow Lake-Kootenay Lake °′″N, °′″W
Clayburn Abbotsford °′″N, °′″W clay mining/brickery 0
Coal Creek East Kootenay °′″N, °′″W 0
Coalmont Similkameen °′″N, °′″W 0
Cody Slocan °′″N, °′″W
Columbia Boundary °′″N, °′″W 0
Comaplix, British ColumbiaComaplix Upper Arrow Lake °′″N, °′″W
Copper Mountain Similkameen °′″N, °′″W 0
Corbin East Kootenay °′″N, °′″W 0
Coryell Gladstone Boundary °′″N, °′″W 0
Craigellachie Eagle Pass °′″N, °′″W CPR construction
Deadwood Boundary °′″N, °′″W 0
Dease Lake Dease Lake Post Cassiar District °′″N, °′″W Cassiar Gold Rush 500
Derby Old Fort Langley Fraser Valley °′″N, °′″W founding of Colony of British Columbia-Fraser Canyon Gold Rush 40 (now rural area in Langley)
Discovery Cassiar District °′″N, °′″W
Donald Revelstoke °′″N, °′″W CPR construction
Duncan City Howser Kootenay Lake °′″N, °′″W
Dunkeld Omineca Country °′″N, °′″W Omineca Gold Rush
Eagle Pass Landing sicamous °′″N, °′″W CPR construction
East New Hazelton Hazelton area °′″N, °′″W Grand Trunk Pacific Railroad construction/realty promotion 0
East Princeton Similkameen °′″N, °′″W 0
Eholt Boundary °′″N, °′″W railway 0
Emory City Emory, Emory Bar Fraser Canyon °′″N, °′″W CPR construction
Fairview Okanagan °′″N, °′″W 0
Ferguson Upper Arrow Lake-Kootenay Lake °′″N, °′″W
Fisherville East Kootenay °′″N, °′″W 0
Fort Berens Lillooet °′″N, °′″W coal mining 0
Fort Fraser Nechako District (New Caledonia) °′″N, °′″W 0 Fort Kilmaurs Fort Babine, Babine Babine Lake (New Caledonia) °′″N, °′″W 0
Fort Kootenay East Kootenay °′″N, °′″W 0
Fort Rupert Vancouver Island °′″N, °′″W coal mining 0
Fort Shepherd Fort Sheppard, Sheppard West Kootenay °′″N, °′″W fur trade 0
Fort Steele East Kootenay °′″N, °′″W Wild Horse Creek War (see Fisherville staff
Fountain Upper Fountains, The Fountain, Fountain Flats Lillooet 50°50′00.1″N, 122°48′59.9″W 300
Freeport Burns Lake area °′″N, °′″W Grand Trunk Pacific Railroad construction/realty promotion 0
Galena Bay Galena Upper Arrow Lake °′″N, °′″W
Garibaldi Cheakamus River °′″N, °′″W railway lodge, ski cabins (see The Barrier)
Gerrard Upper Arrow Lake-Kootenay Lake °′″N, °′″W
Germansen's Landing Germansen Creek Omineca Country °′″N, °′″W Omineca Gold Rush
Gladstone Coryell Boundary °′″N, °′″W 0
Gold Bridge Bridge River °′″N, °′″W 3,000 300
Gold Hill Kootenay Lake °′″N, °′″W
Goldfields Upper Arrow Lake °′″N, °′″W
Granite City Granite Creek, Granite Similkameen °′″N, °′″W Tulameen Gold Rush 0
Greenwood Boundary °′″N, °′″W copper/galena mining & smelting 8,000 500
Grouse Creek Cariboo °′″N, °′″W Grouse Creek War
Hagensborg Bella Coola °′″N, °′″W religious/teetotal colony (Norwegians) 0
Harewood °′″N, °′″W
Harrison Mills Carnarvon Fraser Valley °′″N, °′″W sawmill & railway 3,000 30
Hedley Similkameen °′″N, °′″W 300
Hill's Bar Fraser Canyon, 10 mi. south of Yale °′″N, °′″W Fraser Canyon Gold Rush 0
Hogem Old Hogem Omineca Country °′″N, °′″W Omineca Gold Rush
Holberg Central Coast °′″N, °′″W religious colony (Danes); CFB Holberg (DEW Line) 500 10
Howellton Omineca Country °′″N, °′″W Omineca Gold Rush
Illecillewaet Revelstoke °′″N, °′″W CPR construction
Kansas Cariboo °′″N, °′″W
Keithley Creek Cariboo °′″N, °′″W Cariboo Gold Rush 40
Keremeos Centre Similkameen °′″N, °′″W 0
Kitsault North Coast °′″N, °′″W 0
Laketon Cassiar District °′″N, °′″W
Lardeau City Upper Arrow Lake °′″N, °′″W
Leadville Similkameen °′″N, °′″W 0
Leechtown Vancouver Island °′″N, °′″W 0
Lemon Creek East Kootenay °′″N, °′″W Japanese internment
Lumberton East Kootenay °′″N, °′″W 0
McDame Fort McDame, McDame Post Cassiar District °′″N, °′″W Cassiar Gold Rush
McGillivray Falls Lillooet Country °′″N, °′″W railway resort
Manson's Landing Manson Creek Omineca Country °′″N, °′″W Omineca Gold Rush
Mica Columbia °′″N, °′″W Big Bend Gold Rush 0
Minto City Bridge River °′″N, °′″W 2,500 0
Monashee Townsite Okanagan °′″N, °′″W 0
Morrissey East Kootenay °′″N, °′″W 0
Morrissey Mines East Kootenay °′″N, °′″W 0
Moyie City East Kootenay °′″N, °′″W 0
Nashton Zwicky Kootenay Lake °′″N, °′″W
New Denver Slocan °′″N, °′″W
New Hogem Hogem; see also Old Hogem Omineca Country °′″N, °′″W Omineca Gold Rush
Niagara Boundary Country Okanagan °′″N, °′″W 0
North Bend Fraser Canyon °′″N, °′″W CPR
Ocean Falls Central Coast °′″N, °′″W 50
Okanagan Mission Okanagan °′″N, °′″W (now part of Greater Kelowna)
Olalla Similkameen °′″N, °′″W
Omineca City Omineca Country °′″N, °′″W Omineca Gold Rush
Parsonville Parsonsville Lillooet °′″N, °′″W Fraser Canyon Gold Rush 0
Pemberton Meadows Pemberton Valley °′″N, °′″W 0
Phoenix Boundary °′″N, °′″W 0
Pinchi Lake Boundary °′″N, °′″W 0
Poplar Creek Kootenay Lake °′″N, °′″W
Port Douglas Lillooet River-Harrison Lake °′″N, °′″W Fraser Canyon Gold Rush 30 (Xa'xtsa people)
Port Essington °′″N, °′″W
Porter Landing Cassiar District °′″N, °′″W
Quesnel Forks Cariboo °′″N, °′″W Cariboo Gold Rush
Retallack Whitewater, White Water Slocan °′″N, °′″W
Richfield Cariboo °′″N, °′″W Cariboo Gold Rush
Rock Creek Boundary °′″N, °′″W 500 (area)
Sandon Slocan °′″N, °′″W 500 (area)
Shalalth Bridge River Seton Lake °′″N, °′″W 5000 700
Similkameen City Similkameen °′″N, °′″W 0
Sointula Malcolm Island (Queen Charlotte Strait) °′″N, °′″W Fabian/socialist colony (Finns) 0
Soo Valley Green River now part of Whistler °′″N, °′″W
Spences Bridge Thompson Canyon °′″N, °′″W Cariboo Road, CPR
Stanley Cariboo °′″N, °′″W Cariboo Gold Rush 500 (area)
Stave Falls Cariboo °′″N, °′″W BCER 500 (area)
Steamboat Mountain Silverhope Creek, Hope area °′″N, °′″W 0
Tasme Hope-Princeton Highway °′″N, °′″W Japanese-Canadian internment camp 0
Tete Jaune Cache Robson Valley °′″N, °′″W Grand Trunk Pacific Railroad construction
Three Forks Slocan °′″N, °′″W
Three Valley Gap Eagle Pass °′″N, °′″W
Tipella City Tipella Harrison Lake °′″N, °′″W real estate promotion/townsite
Trout Lake City Trout Lake Upper Arrow Lake-Kootenay Lake °′″N, °′″W
Tulameen Similkameen °′″N, °′″W
Upper Keremeos Similkameen °′″N, °′″W 0
Volcanic City Boundary °′″N, °′″W 0
Waldo East Kootenay °′″N, °′″W 0
Walhachin Thompson °′″N, °′″W 150
Webster's Corners Maple Ridge °′″N, °′″W Fabian/socialist colony (Finns) 0
Zincton Slocan °′″N, °′″W

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The Cariboo Gold Rush is the most famous of the gold rushes in British Columbia and is erroneously sometimes mentioned as the reason for the creation of the Colony of British Columbia. ... Coordinates: Country Canada  Province British Columbia  District Greater Vancouver Regional District Established 1892 (municipality status) – 1992 (city status)  - Mayor Derek Corrigan  - MPs Peter Julian (NDP), Bill Siksay (NDP)  - MLAs Raj Chouhan, Richard T. Lee, John Nuraney, Harry Bloy Area    - City 98. ... The Kootenay Region (in common parlance The Kootenays) comprises the southeastern portion of British Columbia. ... Bennett, British Columbia, Canada is a mostly-abandoned town next to Lake Bennett. ... A typical gold mining operation, on Bonanza Creek. ... View of Fraser Canyon near Fountain, BC View of Fraser Canyon looking upstream from Fountain, B.C. The Fraser Canyon is a stretch of the Fraser River where it descends rapidly through narrow rock gorges in the Coast Mountains enroute from the Interior Plateau of British Columbia to the Fraser... In Canada, an Indian reserve is specified by the Indian Act as a tract of land, the legal title to which is vested in Her Majesty, that has been set apart by Her Majesty for the use and benefit of a band. ... The Big Bend Gold Rush was a gold rush on the upper Columbia River in the Colony of British Columbia (now a Canadian province) in the 1860s. ... These cutbanks on the Nechako River are Prince Georges signature natural landmark. ... The Grand Trunk and Pacific Railroad was the third Canadian transcontinental railroad built to the Pacific coast in the early twentieth century. ... The Boundary Country is a historical designation for a district in southern British Columbia lying, as its name suggests, along the boundary between Canada and the United States. ... View of Fraser Canyon near Fountain, BC View of Fraser Canyon looking upstream from Fountain, B.C. The Fraser Canyon is a stretch of the Fraser River where it descends rapidly through narrow rock gorges in the Coast Mountains enroute from the Interior Plateau of British Columbia to the Fraser... An eastbound CPR freight at Stoney Creek Bridge in Rogers Pass. ... Boston Bar is a town in the Fraser Canyon of the Canadian province of British Columbia. ... View of Fraser Canyon near Fountain, BC View of Fraser Canyon looking upstream from Fountain, B.C. The Fraser Canyon is a stretch of the Fraser River where it descends rapidly through narrow rock gorges in the Coast Mountains enroute from the Interior Plateau of British Columbia to the Fraser... An eastbound CPR freight at Stoney Creek Bridge in Rogers Pass. ... The Boundary Country is a historical designation for a district in southern British Columbia lying, as its name suggests, along the boundary between Canada and the United States. ... The Cariboo is a region of British Columbia along a plateau stretching from the Fraser Canyon to the Cariboo Mountains. ... The Cariboo Gold Rush is the most famous of the gold rushes in British Columbia and is erroneously sometimes mentioned as the reason for the creation of the Colony of British Columbia. ... The Bridge River is, or was, a major tributary of British Columbias Fraser River, entering that stream about six miles upstream from the town of Lillooet. ... The Bridge River is, or was, a major tributary of British Columbias Fraser River, entering that stream about six miles upstream from the town of Lillooet. ... The Bridge River is, or was, a major tributary of British Columbias Fraser River, entering that stream about six miles upstream from the town of Lillooet. ... Lillooet (formerly Cayoosh Flat) is a small but historic and highly scenic community on the Fraser River in western Canada, about 240 kilometres (150 miles) up the British Columbia Railway line from Vancouver. ... In Canada, an Indian reserve is specified by the Indian Act as a tract of land, the legal title to which is vested in Her Majesty, that has been set apart by Her Majesty for the use and benefit of a band. ... // Description Howe Sound is a fjord situated immediately northwest of Vancouver, Canada, fronting on one of the citys suburbs, West Vancouver. ... The Boundary Country is a historical designation for a district in southern British Columbia lying, as its name suggests, along the boundary between Canada and the United States. ... A town on Princess Royal Island, British Columbia. ... Central Coast Regional District is a regional district in British Columbia, Canada. ... The Cariboo is a region of British Columbia along a plateau stretching from the Fraser Canyon to the Cariboo Mountains. ... The Boundary Country is a historical designation for a district in southern British Columbia lying, as its name suggests, along the boundary between Canada and the United States. ... Central Coast Regional District is a regional district in British Columbia, Canada. ... Cassidy, British Columbia is located south of Nanaimo and is home to the Ray Collishaw International Airport, Nanaimos only airfield. ... Vancouver Island is separated from mainland British Columbia by the Strait of Georgia and the Queen Charlotte Strait, and from Washington by the Juan De Fuca Strait. ... A view overlooking Skaha Lake in the Okanagan Valley The regional districts that comprise the Okanagan are shown in red. ... The Boundary Country is a historical designation for a district in southern British Columbia lying, as its name suggests, along the boundary between Canada and the United States. ... Cassiar is a ghost town in the province of British Columbia, Canada. ... The Cariboo is a region of British Columbia along a plateau stretching from the Fraser Canyon to the Cariboo Mountains. ... Cherryville is an unincorporated community in the foothills of the Monashee Mountains in British Columbia with a population of approximately 1,000. ... A view overlooking Skaha Lake in the Okanagan Valley The regional districts that comprise the Okanagan are shown in red. ... This article needs cleanup. ... Clayburn is a small historic village located in the eastern Fraser Valley, British Columbia. ... Partial skyline of Abbotsford as viewed from Mill Lake Abbotsford ( ) is a Canadian city, in the Fraser Valley of British Columbia. ... To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ... The Kootenay Region (in common parlance The Kootenays) comprises the southeastern portion of British Columbia. ... Coalmont is a tiny mining town, 12 miles west of Princeton, British Columbia, Canada, near Otter Lake and the Coldwater Junction of the Coquihalla Highway. ... The Boundary Country is a historical designation for a district in southern British Columbia lying, as its name suggests, along the boundary between Canada and the United States. ... The Kootenay Region (in common parlance The Kootenays) comprises the southeastern portion of British Columbia. ... The Boundary Country is a historical designation for a district in southern British Columbia lying, as its name suggests, along the boundary between Canada and the United States. ... Craigellachie, BC Craigellachie (IPA: , but or can be substituted for ; is another common pronunciation) is a locality in British Columbia, Canada, located several kilometres to the west of the Eagle Pass summit. ... For the city by the same name in Texas, see Eagle Pass, Texas Eagle Pass is a 550 m (1,804 ft) mountain pass through the Gold Range of the Monashee Mountains in British Columbia, Canada. ... An eastbound CPR freight at Stoney Creek Bridge in Rogers Pass. ... The Boundary Country is a historical designation for a district in southern British Columbia lying, as its name suggests, along the boundary between Canada and the United States. ... Satellite Image of Dease Lake Dease Lake is a small community located in the Northeastern corner on British Columbia. ... Fraser Valley is the section of the Fraser River basin in southwestern British Columbia downstream of the Fraser Canyon. ... The Colony of British Columbia was a crown colony of British North America from 1858 until 1871. ... The Gold Rush of British Columbia occurred after gold was discovered in the Fraser River Valley. ... Revelstoke was also the name of a well-known Canadian chain of hardware and home improvement stores, now known as Rona. ... An eastbound CPR freight at Stoney Creek Bridge in Rogers Pass. ... This article needs cleanup. ... Sicamous, British Columbia is a town in British Columbia located adjacent to the Trans-Canada Highway at the Highway 97A junction of Mara Lake and the Shuswap Lake system. ... An eastbound CPR freight at Stoney Creek Bridge in Rogers Pass. ... The Bulkley River (left) flowing into the Skeena River (right) near Ksan Ksan Historical Village // Hazelton is a small town located at the junction of the Bulkley and Skeena Rivers in northern British Columbia, Canada. ... The Grand Trunk and Pacific Railroad was the third Canadian transcontinental railroad built to the Pacific coast in the early twentieth century. ... Eholt is a ghost town in British Columbia, Canada, 14 km from present day Greenwood. ... The Boundary Country is a historical designation for a district in southern British Columbia lying, as its name suggests, along the boundary between Canada and the United States. ... View of Fraser Canyon near Fountain, BC View of Fraser Canyon looking upstream from Fountain, B.C. The Fraser Canyon is a stretch of the Fraser River where it descends rapidly through narrow rock gorges in the Coast Mountains enroute from the Interior Plateau of British Columbia to the Fraser... An eastbound CPR freight at Stoney Creek Bridge in Rogers Pass. ... A view overlooking Skaha Lake in the Okanagan Valley The regional districts that comprise the Okanagan are shown in red. ... This article needs cleanup. ... The Kootenay Region (in common parlance The Kootenays) comprises the southeastern portion of British Columbia. ... Lillooet (formerly Cayoosh Flat) is a small but historic and highly scenic community on the Fraser River in western Canada, about 240 kilometres (150 miles) up the British Columbia Railway line from Vancouver. ... Fort Fraser is a community of about 1000 people, located at near the geographical centre of British Columbia, Canada, 44 km west of Vanderhoof on The Yellowhead Highway. ... Babine Lake is the longest natural lake in British Columbia, Canada. ... The Kootenay Region (in common parlance The Kootenays) comprises the southeastern portion of British Columbia. ... Vancouver Island is separated from mainland British Columbia by the Strait of Georgia and the Queen Charlotte Strait, and from Washington by the Juan De Fuca Strait. ... West Kootenay was the name of a provincial electoral district in the Canadian province of British Columbia. ... Fort Steele was a town in the Kootenay region of British Columbia, Canada. ... The Kootenay Region (in common parlance The Kootenays) comprises the southeastern portion of British Columbia. ... Lillooet (formerly Cayoosh Flat) is a small but historic and highly scenic community on the Fraser River in western Canada, about 240 kilometres (150 miles) up the British Columbia Railway line from Vancouver. ... Burns Lake is a small rural village, incorporated in 1923, and situated at approximately the geographical centre of the province of British Columbia. ... The Grand Trunk and Pacific Railroad was the third Canadian transcontinental railroad built to the Pacific coast in the early twentieth century. ... Garibaldi British Columbia ... The Cheakamus River (pron. ... This article needs cleanup. ... The Boundary Country is a historical designation for a district in southern British Columbia lying, as its name suggests, along the boundary between Canada and the United States. ... Gold Bridge is an unincorporated community in the Squamish-Lillooet Regional District in British Columbia, Canada. ... The Bridge River is, or was, a major tributary of British Columbias Fraser River, entering that stream about six miles upstream from the town of Lillooet. ... This article needs cleanup. ... , Greenwood (, ) is a small city in south central British Columbia. ... The Boundary Country is a historical designation for a district in southern British Columbia lying, as its name suggests, along the boundary between Canada and the United States. ... The Cariboo is a region of British Columbia along a plateau stretching from the Fraser Canyon to the Cariboo Mountains. ... Location of Hagensborg in British Columbia Hagensborg is a small community in the Bella Coola valley in British Columbia, Canada. ... Bella Coola may refer to several things, all closely related to a geographic area within British Columbias Central Coast. ... Harewood is the name of a lake and a plain of the Canadian province of British Columbia. ... The District of Kent is a district municipality located about 75 kilometres east of Vancouver, British Columbia. ... Fraser Valley is the section of the Fraser River basin in southwestern British Columbia downstream of the Fraser Canyon. ... Hedley is a town in southern British Columbia, Canada with a population of approximately 400 as of 2005. ... View of Fraser Canyon near Fountain, BC View of Fraser Canyon looking upstream from Fountain, B.C. The Fraser Canyon is a stretch of the Fraser River where it descends rapidly through narrow rock gorges in the Coast Mountains enroute from the Interior Plateau of British Columbia to the Fraser... Front Street, Yale, British Columbia circa 1882 during the construction of the Canadian Pacific Railway. ... The Gold Rush of British Columbia occurred after gold was discovered in the Fraser River Valley. ... Holberg (pop. ... Central Coast Regional District is a regional district in British Columbia, Canada. ... Revelstoke was also the name of a well-known Canadian chain of hardware and home improvement stores, now known as Rona. ... An eastbound CPR freight at Stoney Creek Bridge in Rogers Pass. ... The Cariboo is a region of British Columbia along a plateau stretching from the Fraser Canyon to the Cariboo Mountains. ... The Cariboo is a region of British Columbia along a plateau stretching from the Fraser Canyon to the Cariboo Mountains. ... The Cariboo Gold Rush is the most famous of the gold rushes in British Columbia and is erroneously sometimes mentioned as the reason for the creation of the Colony of British Columbia. ... Vancouver Island is separated from mainland British Columbia by the Strait of Georgia and the Queen Charlotte Strait, and from Washington by the Juan De Fuca Strait. ... The Kootenay Region (in common parlance The Kootenays) comprises the southeastern portion of British Columbia. ... The Kootenay Region (in common parlance The Kootenays) comprises the southeastern portion of British Columbia. ... The Big Bend Gold Rush was a gold rush on the upper Columbia River in the Colony of British Columbia (now a Canadian province) in the 1860s. ... Minto City, sometimes called just Minto, was a gold mining town in the Bridge River Valley of British Columbia from 1936 to 1959 when the last vestiges of the town were inundated by the waters of the Carpenter Lake reservoir following completion of the Bridge River Power Project. ... The Bridge River is, or was, a major tributary of British Columbias Fraser River, entering that stream about six miles upstream from the town of Lillooet. ... A view overlooking Skaha Lake in the Okanagan Valley The regional districts that comprise the Okanagan are shown in red. ... The Kootenay Region (in common parlance The Kootenays) comprises the southeastern portion of British Columbia. ... The Kootenay Region (in common parlance The Kootenays) comprises the southeastern portion of British Columbia. ... The Kootenay Region (in common parlance The Kootenays) comprises the southeastern portion of British Columbia. ... This article needs cleanup. ... New Denver is a small town in southeastern British Columbia, Canada, along the shore of Slocan Lake. ... The Boundary Country is a historical designation for a district in southern British Columbia lying, as its name suggests, along the boundary between Canada and the United States. ... A view overlooking Skaha Lake in the Okanagan Valley The regional districts that comprise the Okanagan are shown in red. ... View of Fraser Canyon near Fountain, BC View of Fraser Canyon looking upstream from Fountain, B.C. The Fraser Canyon is a stretch of the Fraser River where it descends rapidly through narrow rock gorges in the Coast Mountains enroute from the Interior Plateau of British Columbia to the Fraser... An eastbound CPR freight at Stoney Creek Bridge in Rogers Pass. ... Ocean Falls is a small community on the Central Coast of British Columbia, Canada. ... Central Coast Regional District is a regional district in British Columbia, Canada. ... A view overlooking Skaha Lake in the Okanagan Valley The regional districts that comprise the Okanagan are shown in red. ... Kelowna (2005 Population 105,621, Metropolitan Area 165,221) is a city on Okanagan Lake in the Okanagan Valley of British Columbia, Canada. ... Lillooet (formerly Cayoosh Flat) is a small but historic and highly scenic community on the Fraser River in western Canada, about 240 kilometres (150 miles) up the British Columbia Railway line from Vancouver. ... The Gold Rush of British Columbia occurred after gold was discovered in the Fraser River Valley. ... The Lillooet River is a major river of the southern Coast Mountains of British Columbia. ... The Boundary Country is a historical designation for a district in southern British Columbia lying, as its name suggests, along the boundary between Canada and the United States. ... The Boundary Country is a historical designation for a district in southern British Columbia lying, as its name suggests, along the boundary between Canada and the United States. ... This article needs cleanup. ... Port Douglas, British Columbia is a remote community at the head of Harrison Lake, which is the head of river navigation from the Strait of Georgia. ... The Lillooet River is a major river of the southern Coast Mountains of British Columbia. ... Harrison Lake is the largest lake in the southern Coast Mountains, being about 25,000 ha (2500 sq km or 965 sq mi) in area. ... The Gold Rush of British Columbia occurred after gold was discovered in the Fraser River Valley. ... Port Essington was a cannery town on the south bank of the Skeena River estuary in northwestern British Columbia, Canada, between Prince Rupert and Terrace, and at the confluence of the Skeena and Ecstall Rivers. ... The Cariboo is a region of British Columbia along a plateau stretching from the Fraser Canyon to the Cariboo Mountains. ... The Cariboo Gold Rush is the most famous of the gold rushes in British Columbia and is erroneously sometimes mentioned as the reason for the creation of the Colony of British Columbia. ... The Cariboo is a region of British Columbia along a plateau stretching from the Fraser Canyon to the Cariboo Mountains. ... The Cariboo Gold Rush is the most famous of the gold rushes in British Columbia and is erroneously sometimes mentioned as the reason for the creation of the Colony of British Columbia. ... The Boundary Country is a historical designation for a district in southern British Columbia lying, as its name suggests, along the boundary between Canada and the United States. ... -1... Seton Lake from Mission Mountain, c. ... Seton Lake is a freshwater fjord draining into the Fraser River at the town of Lillooet, British Columbia, about 22 km long and 243 m in elevation and 26. ... Sointula is an isolated village on Malcolm Island in British Columbia, Canada. ... Queen Charlotte Strait between Vancouver Island and the mainland in British Columbia, Canada. ... Street Signs in Whistler Village. ... Spences Bridge is a community in the Canadian province of British Columbia, situated 23 miles north east of Lytton and 32 miles from Ashcroft. ... The Thompson River is a major tributary of the Fraser River in the south-central portion of British Columbia, Canada. ... Route of the Cariboo Road in red. ... An eastbound CPR freight at Stoney Creek Bridge in Rogers Pass. ... To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ... The Cariboo is a region of British Columbia along a plateau stretching from the Fraser Canyon to the Cariboo Mountains. ... The Cariboo Gold Rush is the most famous of the gold rushes in British Columbia and is erroneously sometimes mentioned as the reason for the creation of the Colony of British Columbia. ... The Cariboo is a region of British Columbia along a plateau stretching from the Fraser Canyon to the Cariboo Mountains. ... The British Columbia Electric Railway provided electricity to and operated public transportation in southwestern British Columbia from its establishment in the mid 1890s. ... During World War II, more than 22,000 Japanese Canadians were forcibly interned in Canada. ... The Grand Trunk and Pacific Railroad was the third Canadian transcontinental railroad built to the Pacific coast in the early twentieth century. ... For the city by the same name in Texas, see Eagle Pass, Texas Eagle Pass is a 550 m (1,804 ft) mountain pass through the Gold Range of the Monashee Mountains in British Columbia, Canada. ... Harrison Lake is the largest lake in the southern Coast Mountains, being about 25,000 ha (2500 sq km or 965 sq mi) in area. ... This article needs cleanup. ... Tulameen is a small recreational community in British Columbia, Canada, about 20 kilometres northwest of the town of Princeton on the Crowsnest Highway (Hwy 3), and about 185 kilometres east from the city of Vancouver, British Columbia. ... The Boundary Country is a historical designation for a district in southern British Columbia lying, as its name suggests, along the boundary between Canada and the United States. ... The Kootenay Region (in common parlance The Kootenays) comprises the southeastern portion of British Columbia. ... Walhachin is a small town in central British Columbia, Canada, near Kamloops Lake. ... The Thompson River is a major tributary of the Fraser River in the south-central portion of British Columbia, Canada. ... Location of Maple Ridge, British Columbia Maple Ridge is a District Municipality in British Columbia, located east of Vancouver, on the Fraser River. ...

References

    • Bruce Ramsey, Ghost Towns of British Columbia, Mitchell Press, Vancouver, 1963, OCLC: 39371
    • T W Paterson, Encyclopedia of ghost towns & mining camps of British Columbia, Stagecoach Pub., Langley, 1979, ISBN

     
     

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