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  • Cabins at Pakwash Bay
    Cabins at Pakwash Bay
    image  1946     A view from across Pakwash Bay of the sleeping quarters of the Red Lake road builders. These cabins had log walls and canvas roofs.
    image  1946   A view from across Pakwash Bay of the sleeping quarters of the Red Lake road builders. These cabins had log walls and canvas roofs.
    Thunder Bay Public Library
  • Road Builders Cabins - Pakwash Bay
    Road Builders Cabins - Pakwash Bay
    image  1946     Left to Right- Nick Osipanko, Keith Randle, Morris Waywanko in a moment of rest at the road builders cabins on the shore of Pakwash Bay, Ontario.
    image  1946   Left to Right- Nick Osipanko, Keith Randle, Morris Waywanko in a moment of rest at the road builders cabins on the shore of Pakwash Bay, Ontario.
    Thunder Bay Public Library
  • Tomlinson Brothers Cabins - Pakwash Bay
    Tomlinson Brothers Cabins - Pakwash Bay
    imagecomment  1946     Early morning at Pakwash Bay, 1946. These cabins were used to house the highway construction crews for the Red Lake highway that opened August 17, 1947. The camp at Pakwash Bay housed 100 men on the gravel shore of Pakwash Lake. Five hundred men were hired through Manpower (Federal Employment ...
    imagecomment  1946   Early morning at Pakwash Bay, 1946. These cabins were used to house the highway construction crews for the Red Lake highway that opened August 17, 1947. The camp at Pakwash ...
    Thunder Bay Public Library
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