1 photograph: b&w; 17.5 x 12.5 cm; reprint from original sepia which is badly damagesd
Workers unloading steel rails at the docks in Prince Rupert, 6000 tons of rail and enough for 240 miles of railroad. Info written on back in pencil. Also noted "Property G.T.P." Freighter name: "Bannockburn"
Date and cargo confirmed by Sept. 19, 1910 edition of "The Prince Rupert Optimist" on front page.
Written on front "G.T.P 1st Passenger train from Prince Rupert [?] June 14th 1911."
Written on back "Dear Jean- Sorry I couldnt come [for?] as I was too busy. This is my last trip up so be sure and write, my address is P.O Box 9 Rupert. Miss Jean [Grant?] Sealey's Ldg, B.C."
Negative copy also available.