The Last Stop

The Arrow Lakes Historical Society & Nakusp Rail Society presents: The Last Stop

Lost underwater for 75 years, this documentary follows the team that embarked on a search to find the sunken steam locomotive in the Slocan Lake.

Please Note: Unfortunately we are unable to accommodate swap requests for tickets. You are welcome to sell your evening ticket and re-purchase for the matinee. If you do so, and your evening ticket is with us for pick up at the door, please inform us of the name change for the ticket.

Showing April 6th at the Bonnington Theatre in the Nakusp Elementary School – tickets must be purchased in advance.

Special thanks to the N.E.S and the Leland.


Due to popular demand we’ve added a second showing of The Last Stop on Saturday, April 6th at the Bonnington Theatre.

For the Matinee: Doors will open at 1PM and the show will start at 1:30PM

For the Evening: Doors will open at 5:30PM and the show will start at 6:00PM

Any questions or issues call 250.265.0110 or 250.706.3621

Other Info

Snacks and Drinks will be available for purchase (by donation) during the intermission

The film is 90 minutes long, followed by a Q&A with the filmmakers

There will be a short intermission

NEW Late Night at the Archives!

On Thursday, Feb 15 and Thurs, Mar 14 we will be staying open until 8pm!

This is a trial run, in an attempt to better serve the community by offering more convenient hours to those who work regular shift work.

So if you’ve been interested in coming down to the Archives but haven’t found the time, we’d love to see you!

Now Accepting Card Payments

The Arrow Lakes Historical Society, thanks to the local community and the CBT, have recently purchased a terminal that allows us to accept card payments.

With most of the grants in the province geared towards projects, selling our books on local history fills a large void when it comes to paying for our day-to-day operational costs. The convenience to customers of card payments at the farmer’s markets and other events will have a marked impact on the ALHS’s ability to continue to preserve our local history.

We are grateful to everyone who came out and showed support at the CBT REDI Grant Voting.

Thanks to NACFOR

The Arrow Lakes Historical Society is grateful to the Nakusp and Area Community Forest (NACFOR) for their generous support of our project to create and use a computer network in our archives office. Pictured, consultant Ron Nymeyer supervises society volunteer trainees Caroline Huyter and Kathy Bone on use of the new computer network in the office.

Bon voyage to Kyle Kusch

Friday, June 30 marks the final day of work for archives technician Kyle Kusch, who is departing later this summer for grad school overseas. Come by and wish him well on Friday during an open house the Arrow Lakes Historical Society archives from 1:30 to 3 p.m.