Paddle steamer wheel

Arrow Lakes
Historical Society

2014.036.111 Big Move Made

: 2014.036.111



: 1968-09-17

: Touchstones Nelson - Museum of Art and History

: S.G. Dahl

: 1960s, Arrow Lakes flooding (Columbia River Treaty), building relocation, Celgar, forestry, Highway 6, and Rothwell Point

: Nakusp

1 b/w photograph

Celgar Woods Division (Columbia Cellulose Company Ltd.) building being moved to new location in advance of flooding to be created by Hugh Keenleyside Dam, Rothwell Point, Nakusp, 7 September 1968. Photo published in 17 September 1968 edition of Nelson Daily News. Caption: 'Biggest move to date on the Arrow Lakes was successfully completed at Nakusp when the office and administrative building of Celgar Woods Division, Columbia Cellulose Company Ltd., was moved to a new location above the reservoir level. The two-storey, 175-ton building was moved from its lakefront location across Highway 6, up a 200-yard-long incline, and set on a new foundation. Not a single pane of glass was cracked in the move. The job was handled by Apex Building Mover Ltd. of Burnaby.' Photo by S.G. Dahl

Purchase Print

Print Size/Format

If you wish to have the prints mailed to you there will be an additional shipping charge calculated after your purchase. To get a quote please email: [email protected]