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Photograph of the S.S. Okanagan, 1907

image size: 3.25 x 3.5 inches
sepia photograph
Notes: In good vintage condition, comes matted in vintage matt which has some scuff and marks (see pictures).
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The S.S. Okanagan was a steamship owned and operated by the Canadian Pacific Railway Lake and River Service. The vessel was constructed in 1906 at Okanagan Landing and launched in 1907, becoming Okanagan Lake's second steamship (after the SS Aberdeen). She linked the transportation hubs at both the north and south ends of Okanagan Lake (Vernon and Penticton, respectively, aiding the development of interior British Columbia with other steamships of the 1900s.
The ship was retired in 1934 and sold for scrap and spare parts. Only the Stern Saloon, a room in the back of the upper deck, remains. It was moved to the SS Sicamous Heritage Park in Penticton in 2002, to undergo restoration work.

Lot Name
Photograph of the S.S. Okanagan,
Media
sepia photograph
Size
image size: 3.25 x 3.5 inches
Date
1907
Estimate
$45 - 55

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