1994/08, CPR/Napinka Sub. Mile 21.1 The Clearwater Pump House. This pump house, now electrical powered, is used to pump water up to the Clearwater Water Tower about 400m to the W. The tower is now the village water source. At one time this pump house was a larger building housing a stationary steam engine and a coal bin. Coal was slid down a chute on the side of the rail bed from a train car parked on the track high above to the left in this photo. (Information – “Prairie Pride Land-Looking Back” The Louise History Book Committee, 1998) (Click on photo for detail) © Text and Photos exclusive copyright of N. Froese.