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Photographs

Photographs donated by Michael Turcotte, including photographs of the original Roundhouse on Whistler Mountain just after construction in 1966.

Roundhouse Lodge after Construction - 1966

Photographs of the original Roundhouse Lodge on Whistler Mountain just after construction in 1966.

001: Shows a sign on the top of Roundhouse reading "Quadra Construction Co. Ltd."
002: Michael Turcotte is pictures standing on the front porch of Roundhouse

Speeder train

Photograph of a speeder on the PGE railway with two men. The man sitting on the speeder appears to be Bob Jardine.

Neiland house in the snow

Photograph of the Neiland house in the snow. This was their house in their first operation at Alpha Lake (Mile 35 1/2) before they moved to the Function Junction area (Mile 34 1/2).

Appears to be a later print taken from the original negative.

PGE snow plow

Photograph of the PGE railway train snow plow.

Appears to be a later print taken from the original negative.

Jenny and Bob Jardine outside the cabin at Nita Lake

Photograph of Jenny Jardine and a man, who appears to be Jack Jardine at the entrance to an unknown cabin.

Robert Jardine provided the following information on this picture in 2000. "This cabin was situated on Nita Lake, about 100m west of where the Whistler Creek empties into Nita Lake. There are several large houses there now. Present in the photo are Janet Jardine and Bob. Jacks reflection in in the left window as he is in a tree taking the snap. Time - winter 1936 - 37."

Appears to be a later print taken from the original negative.

Neiland / Jardine children hauling logs

Photograph of L-R: Jenny Jardine, Jack Jardine, Thomas Neiland Jr, Bob Jardine with a horse hauling a log. The writing on the verso in Jenny Jardine's hand reads: "Jenny Jardine Neiland, Jack, Rob, Tom, Hauling a log to our portable sawmill at 34 1/2, 1926".

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