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Morden 5

2011/05, Mile 79, CPR La Riviere Sub. Morden yard looking E. past BP Elevator and storage siding with one hopper car. Taken from crossing with Nikon 18 – 135 mm zoom lens. (Click on photo for larger image) Photo – N.F. © Text and Photos exclusive copyright of N. Froese, Author.

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7 The La Riviere Subdivision Morden Mile 78 to Manitou Mile 100

Morden Station

1994/09, CPR Morden station presently located at Threshermen’s Museum between Morden and Winkler on Prov. Hwy. No. 3. Located on mile 78/79, this is a type 9 station. Crystal City, on mile 17 –Napinka sub. also had a similar station, as classified in the book – “CPR’s Western Depots” by Charles W. Bohi. and Leslie S. Kozma. (Click on image for larger view) Photo – N.F.    © Text and Photos exclusive copyright of N. Froese, Author.  For a series of photos of the Morden depot in the early 1900’s published by Copp Clark, refer to the following website. http://www.canada-rail.com/manitoba/m/morden.html#.VyzJBHomFfc

 


5 The La Riviere Subdivision Morden Mile 78 to Manitou Mile 100

IV  FOREWORD

© Text and Photos exclusive copyright of N. Froese, Author.
All Rights Reserved. No Part of this publication may be reproduced in any manner without prior written permission from the author. For permission, contact nfroese@eastlink.ca

Respect of and Permission for Access to Rail Property:  This publication consists of a series of photos of rail pictures from Morden, MB to Killarney, MB and focuses on the CPR, and the  Boundary Trail Railway Co. Right of Ways.  In no way should these photos encourage persons to trespass on these railway properties in order to take pictures unless they first contact and obtain and complete a “Release of Liability And Indemnity Agreement in Respect of Visiting” from the railway companies on who’s property they intend to visit.  For further information about railway safety and protocol, visit the website – http://www.operationlifesaver.ca/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/PRsafetyguide_EN.pdf

The blog photos in this presentation were taken with permission and in the context of the above agreements.

Persons who in various ways contributed to this publication.

Charlie Baldock – Boundary Trail Heritage Region Inc.
Penny Burton – Boundary Trail Heritage Region Inc.
Eileen Froese
Raymond Froese
Ron Froese
Andy Keen & Brenda Seward
Laurie Linaker   (1935 – 2014)
Travis Long – General Manager Boundary Trail Railway Co.
Gordon McGill – Boundary Trail Heritage Region Inc.
Bill Reimer – Boundary Trail Heritage Region Inc.

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© Text and Photos exclusive copyright of N. Froese, Author.
All Rights Reserved.

III)  The B.R.M.N.A. Map, and the sections of La Riviere/Napinka Subdivisions abandoned in 2006. (Red line – bottom centre) Map source: “Canadian Pacific in Manitoba” , B.R.M.N.A., Stuckey, L.A., 1984.  (For larger image, double click on map)

Canadain Pacific in Manitoba Colour