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City Auto Camp, located in Baker Park; the two farthest buildings in this photo are still present today.

City Auto Camp, located in Baker Park; the two farthest buildings in this photo are still present today.

Municipal Auto Camp, Cranbrook, BC, circa 1935. This is the RV area of Baker Park today.

Municipal Auto Camp, Cranbrook, BC, circa 1935. This is the RV area of Baker Park today.

C.P.R. Station and rail yard in Cranbrook BC, circa 1910.

C.P.R. Station and rail yard in Cranbrook BC, circa 1910.

City Auto Camp Entrance, Cranbrook, BC, circa 1925. This is the original log arch entrance.

City Auto Camp Entrance, Cranbrook, BC, circa 1925. This is the original log arch entrance.

Cranbrook C.P.R. Station in 1905 - this building remains the Cranbrook C.P. Rail Station today but its appearance is very different from that in this photo. : Columbia Basin Institute of Regional History

Cranbrook C.P.R. Station in 1905 - this building remains the Cranbrook C.P. Rail Station today but its appearance is very different from that in this photo. : Columbia Basin Institute of Regional History

Garden Avenue Looking North, Cranbrook, circa 1915; before the streets widened for automobile traffic: Columbia Basin Institute of Regional History

Garden Avenue Looking North, Cranbrook, circa 1915; before the streets widened for automobile traffic: Columbia Basin Institute of Regional History

Gyro Swimming Pool and fountain, Cranbrook, BC, 1952. At the time it was the largest outdoor swimming pool in the world. The fountain is in Rotary Park in downtown Cranbrook today.

Gyro Swimming Pool and fountain, Cranbrook, BC, 1952. At the time it was the largest outdoor swimming pool in the world. The fountain is in Rotary Park in downtown Cranbrook today.

G.T. Rogers' Grocery, Glass, Crockery and Boots and Shoe Store, Cranbrook, BC, 1906.

G.T. Rogers' Grocery, Glass, Crockery and Boots and Shoe Store, Cranbrook, BC, 1906.

Teddy's Motel, Cranbrook, BC, circa 1960

Teddy's Motel, Cranbrook, BC, circa 1960

BC Spruce Mills Flume at Lumberton, just west of Cranbrook, circa 1925: Columbia Basin Institute of Regional History

BC Spruce Mills Flume at Lumberton, just west of Cranbrook, circa 1925: Columbia Basin Institute of Regional History

Government Building - Cranbrook, BC

Government Building - Cranbrook, BC

Railway Y.M.C.A. building, Cranbrook, B.C., 1915: Columbia Basin Institute of Regional History

Railway Y.M.C.A. building, Cranbrook, B.C., 1915: Columbia Basin Institute of Regional History

Cranbrook Masonic Temple on Fenwick Avenue, still standing today as the Stage Door Theater : Columbia Basin Institute of Regional History

Cranbrook Masonic Temple on Fenwick Avenue, still standing today as the Stage Door Theater : Columbia Basin Institute of Regional History

Teddy's Motel, Cranbrook, BC, circa 1955

Teddy's Motel, Cranbrook, BC, circa 1955

Green and White Tourist Camp, Cranbrook, BC, circa 1930

Green and White Tourist Camp, Cranbrook, BC, circa 1930

Central School, Cranbrook, BC, circa 1925. This building is now the Cranbrook offices of the Ktunaxa Nation.

Central School, Cranbrook, BC, circa 1925. This building is now the Cranbrook offices of the Ktunaxa Nation.