4 edition of S.S. Moyie found in the catalog.
Robert D. Turner
|Statement||Robert D. Turner.|
|Contributions||Kootenay Lake Historical Society.|
|LC Classifications||VM461.5.M69 T87 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||60 p. :|
|Number of Pages||60|
|LC Control Number||95181372|
The compiug place in those clays was not where Moyie now stands, but, ou Bark Shanty Cieek three miles north of town. -__j, flie Great Explosion,- Monday was the anniversary of the vrcat explosion at Creek colherv, in , and the sad event was commemorated in Fernie by appropriate music, procession and re- hgious services. The SS Moyie was the last steam paddlewheeler to sail on Kootenay Lake and bills itself as the only still intact passenger sternwheeler. Beautifully restored, the vessel is packed with excellent photos and replica settings/ TripAdvisor reviews.
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: The S.S. Moyie: Memories of the Oldest Sternwheeler (): Turner, Robert D.: Books/5(2). ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "A project of the Kootenay Lake Historical Society, Kaslo, British Columbia." Description. Welcome to the S.S. Moyie The Kaslo Visitor Centre is open am – pm for maps, merchandise and local visitor information.
Last entry to the ship is pm to allow ample time to view this National Historic Ste. The context of the S.S. Moyie service was a heady one for the West Kootenay region of B.C. During the late s and early s, the region was emerging as an exciting mining region with dreams of fortunes being obtained from mines and gold fields to the north.
The C.P.R. had plans for a vibrant tourism industry in this scenic region. The S.S. Moyie is a monument to those who designed, built, sailed, maintained and traveled on her, as well as the generation that saved her from the scrapyard and assumed the commitment to preserve her for the future.
The Kootenay Lake Historical Society is the custodian of thethe oldest intact passenger sternwheeler in the world. The Moyie plied Kootenay Lake for 59 years. The Society also operates the Kootenay Lake Archives, which is responsible for a collection of materials and original photographs pertaining to the history of the Kaslo area and Kootenay Lake.
Official name: S.S. Moyie National Historic Site of Canada: Designated: The Moyie is a paddle steamer sternwheeler that worked on Kootenay Lake in British Columbia, Canada from until After her nearly sixty years of service, she was sold to the town of Kaslo and restored.
Today she is a National Historic Site of Canada and the world's oldest intact. The S.S. Moyie is a monument to those who designed, built, sailed, maintained and traveled on her, as well as the generation that saved her from the scrapyard and assumed the commitment to preserve her for the future.
Learn the rich history of the S.S. Moyie. The SS Moyie is the oldest intact passenger sternwheeler in the world. Located against the stunning scenery of the town of Kaslo in the mountains of British Columbia, the S.S. Moyie awaits all who want to step back in time and experience life at the turn of the last century.
The sights, sounds and smells of the sternwheeler era have all been recreated aboard this grand vessel. S.S. Moyie - The World's Oldest Intact Passenger Sternwheeler - Kalso BC Canada - Duration: Aaren Jensen 3, views.
What Marine Recruits Go Through In Boot Camp - Earning The. The S.S. Moyie stayed in service after the S.S. Kuskanook was taken out of service, and kept working for 59 years.
Serving up to passengers, with a 4 tabled dining room seat her steel hull weathered storms and years of work. The S.S. Moyie is now a National Historic Site, and lovingly preserved for visitors to tour. Kootenay Lake has. We will rise to the challenge, as past crew, shipyard workers and friends of the S.S.
Moyie have done. For the full story of our famous ship read The S.S. Moyie: Memories of the Oldest Sternwheeler, by Robert D. Turner, Sono Nis Press, Victoria B.C. Riding the S.S.
Moyie at Heritage Park on Aug. 19, Film of a CPR Steam Train to Kootenay Lake and then the SS Moyie on the lake circa - Duration: BC Hist views. WHEN THE S.S. MOYIE WAS A BARELY maintained hulk in the early s, I spent a few hours prowling about her innards.
She was marooned on the beach at Kaslo, having served Kootenay travellers for 59 years. Two or three times that afternoon I watched as men reached out and touched a piece of the ship's woodwork or machinery. The sight of Heritage Park’s paddle wheeler S.S.
Moyie near the southern shore of the Glenmore reservoir lake caught my attention. Usually the vessel cruises over closer to Heritage Park. I mentioned yesterday pathways reveal things and I thought back to our adventures in the Yukon Territory some 42 years ago.
Heritage Park and The S.S. Moyie by Dashing Dad June 2, If you’re a frequent reader of the blog, or you follow me on social media (and if you don’t what are you waiting for. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for The S.S. Moyie: Memories of the Oldest Sternwheeler at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.
S.S. Moyie. This year the S.S. Moyie is back and that means that Heritage Park has their Captain’s Cruises returning on select evenings in July and August, with a particularly special cruise on July 9th featuring Matt will also have their regular jazz cruises on Thursday evenings from July 18th till August 29th.
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The self-guided tour is simple and easy to do at a personal pace. The history-telling is entertaining with photos and relics to see and really gives a feel of how it was to run the river on a ship like / TripAdvisor reviews.
Inthat Moyie was North America’s oldest sternwheeler still in service; she was retired and sold to Kaslo, B.C., where she was turned into a museum, the park notes.
Advertisement Story.S.S. Moyie. The S.S. Moyie is the oldest intact passenger carrying sternwheeler steamer in the world, having been built in The S.S. Moyie was retired in and sold to the town of Kaslo in the spring of for $1.
The S.S. Moyie is now a National Historic Site and a British Columbia Historic Landmark. After a year-long hiatus, the S.S. Moyie is once again sailing the Glenmore Reservoir.
Learn about the history of this vessel and events happening on-board. Photograph by Mariah Wilson. Heritage Park‘s beloved S.S. Moyieis back sailing in .