File 146 - Week of January 3, 1981

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Week of January 3, 1981

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  • January 3, 1981 (Creation)

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50 photographs : b&w negatives ; 3.5 x 2.5 cm and 35mm

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Photographs including but not limited to band; musicians; construction; collapsed road; dancing; Volunteer Fire Dept.; railway tracks; train wreck
Appears in January 8, 1981 issue:
02-146-9. Pg. 1. Caption: That's the way the cliff crumbles when raging 19 Mile Creek jumped its bank December 26 and threatened to topple a Valley Drive duplex into the Alpine Meadows abyss.
02-146-8. Pg. 3. Caption: Gravel pit, then lake, then back to gravel pit. At left is the newly rerouted 19 Mile Creek bed as crews repaired flood damage and prepared to return the creek back to its original path.
02-146-43. Pg. 6. Caption: Bridge just south of White Gold Estates lies partially repaired following the flooding that occurred in Blackcomb Creek.
02-146-29. Pg. 8. Caption: Highway 99 parallel to Alpine Meadows shows effects of rampant 19 Mile Creek. Turbulent waters carved a new creek bed for a hundred yards.
02-146-50. Pg. 11. Caption: One of two destroyed power lines when flood waters washed out footings south of the Tisdale Hydro Station.
02-146-56. Pg. 15. Caption: Whistler Fire Department's new 4x$ diesel pumper truck. The new yellow unit has a front mount hydraulic control pump with controls at the rear end and a 400 gallon tank capacity.
02-146-45. Pg. [16] or back cover. Caption: [top] BCR Rutherford Creek crossing hand by its rails after December 26 flood washed away all supports and girders (see inset) downstream.
02-146-55. Pg. [16] or back cover. Caption: [bottom] see caption above.

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Donated to the museum by the Whistler Question.


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All inquiries regarding use, reproduction, and publication should be addressed to the museum staff.

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RAD, July 2008 version. Canadian Council of Archives.


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