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Inscription along bottom reads:
 
Title:
First train across the low level bridge into Edmonton, Alberta.
Source:
Glenbow Archives
Creator:
Clark, G.D.
Subject:
Railways - Locomotives | Railways - Cars | Railways - Employees | Edmonton, Alberta - Transportation | Edmonton, Alberta - Events | Railways - Bridges | Railways - Track | Steam engines
Description:
Inscription along bottom reads: " This is the first photo of the first train as she steamed over the bridge and touched the fertile soil of Edmonton. This is also the first train to cross the North Saskatchewan River. J.G. Entwistle, Engineer. October 20, 1902. Norman dohm Fireman. Copyrighted 1904 by G.D. Clark."
Date:
1902
Type:
Image
Format:
jpeg
Language:
en
Unique ID:
NA-1337-9
Coverage:
Canada - Alberta
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