Sicamous and the Naramata
Steamboat Days in the OkanaganBook - 1995
In 1914, the Sicamous was the epitome of elegant, efficient travel in the Okanagan, and one of the finest vessels ever to operate on British Columbia's inland waters, carrying passengers, mail, express, and prized fruit. The Naramata served the Okanagan for fifty-three years and now is the last of the surviving steam tugs to remain in the interior of British Columbia.
Publisher: Victoria, B.C. : Sono Nis : 1995
Branch Call Number: SC386.22 T857si
Characteristics: 72p illus
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