Granduc Mine to Burroughs Bay Bridge Diagram
A diagram of a bridge known as the Unuk River Crossing at the Granduc Mine to Burroughs Bay in British Columbia.
Granduc Mine to Burroughs Bay Diagram
A diagram of a bridge at mile 3.1 at Granduc Mine to Burroughs Bay at Divel Bliss Creek.
Great Slave Lake Railroad Map
A map depicting the geographical location of Great Slave Lake Railway. The map encompasses Yukon, Northwest Territories, British Columbia, and Alberta.
Great Slave Lake Railway Report, ca. 1930
A textual report written circa 1930s by John Leslie Charles, consulting engineer for Canadian National Railways, on the Great Slave Lake Railway.
Letter about strip maps of proposed railroad in Northern British Columbia
A letter written by consulting engineer John Leslie Charles to H. Leslie Smith of Minshall & Smith Engineering Ltd. in July 1959. Including details about mapping proposed railroad in Northern British Columbia.
Letter about strip maps of proposed railroad in Northern British Columbia
A letter written by consulting engineer John Leslie Charles to H. Leslie Smith of Minshall & Smith Engineering Ltd. in July 1959. Including details about mapping proposed railroad in Northern British Columbia.
Letter on Proposed Railway in Northern British Columbia
A letter written by John Leslie Charles to H. Leslie Smith of Minshall & Smith Engineering Ltd. in October 1959. It discusses the proposed location and construction of the Northern British Columbia Railway.
Northern Canada Railroad Map
A map depicting railroads across Canada including the in the north. The map spans all of Canada and including the northern United States and Alaska.
Northwest Canada Railroad Map
A map printed on a linen-type paper depicting railways and indicated directions for extensions towards future devlopments. The map encompasses the Northwest Territories, Yukon, Alaska, British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba.
Notes on location of proposed Northern British Columbia railroad
A textual report including preliminary reconnaissance on the location of a proposed railroad from Northern British Columbia to Yukon and Alaska.
Notes on the Building of the Canadian Northern Railway
Notes on the history of the Canadian Northern Railway detailing the lines from Port Arthur to Ontario dating from the years 1898 to 1915.
Preliminary Notes on Northern British Columbia Railroad
A letter written by John Leslie Chalres to H. Leslie Smith of Minshall & Smith Engineering Ltd. in October 1959. It includes preliminary reconnaissance notes on the location of the Northern Railroad in British Columbia.
Railway to the Arctic Reconnaissance and Right of Way Construction Report
A map of the proposed rail routes to Prudhoe Bay in Yukon and Northwest Territories in Canada.
Railways March Northward Magazine Article
A magazine article featured in Canadian Geographical Journal written by John Leslie Charles. The article depicts the reconnaissance trip, geography, people in the different regions, the building of and finished project. The main line runs by Lesser Slave Lake to Grande Prairie and branched out to different parts of Canada including the North.
Report on Alternative Route Between Bear Lake and Little Klappen
A textual report outlining alternative railroad routes between Bear Lake and the confluence of Klappan River and Little Klapan River in British Columbia.
Report on Proposed Railway in Northern British Columbia
A textual report titled "Proposed Railway in Northern British Columbia" for Minshall and Smith Engineering, Ltd., 1959.
Report on the Preliminary Reconnaissance of Feasible Railway Route - Northern, B.C.
A textual report written by Colonel S.H. Bingham (Ret.) on "Preliminary Reconnaissance of Feasable Railroad route--Northern British Columbia" for Minshall & Smith Engineering Ltd.
The Great Slave Lake Railway journal article
A journal article with both text and images written by John Leslie Charles. "The Great Slave Lake Railway," was published in Engineering Journal, 48 (5) May 1965, p.15-19.
Unuk River to Tunnel North Portal Map
A map detailing the topography of the region around the Unuk River in Alaska and British Columbia and outlining a railroad route along the river.
Yukon Iron Ore Railway Feasibility Projected Railway Routes Map
A map depicting Alaska, Yukon, and Northwest Territories with routes mapped for the railway projection towards Fairbanks, reconnaissance to Haines, and projected alternative route "X".
Yukon Iron Ore Study Railway Feasibility Preliminary Projection Diagram
A diagram depicting diagram "X" from near Braeburn Lake Route "A", Mile 170, via Little Salmon and Nadaleen River Valley to rejoin with Route "A" of Mile 473 near the headwaters of East Rackla River.
Yukon Iron Ore Study Railway Requirement Preliminary Projection Diagram
A diagram of principal "Rise and Fall" for alternative route "X". The route near Braeburn Lake "A" Route, Mile 170, via Little Salmon and Nadaleen River Valley to rejoin with "A" route at Mile 473 near the headwaters of East Rackla River.
Yukon Territory Map
A map depicting a portion of Yukon Territory with routes drawn to show the projected railway route "A".