Item 14 - Brandon Street Railway Staff c.1914

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Brandon Street Railway Staff c.1914

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Construction for a municipally owned streetcar system in Brandon began in 1910 and was completed in 1913. Managing the construction were the City Engineer, Mr. Speakman, the Master Tracklayer, Mr. David Heately, and the Timekeeper, Mr. William Wakefield. The majority of the construction crew consisted of recent immigrants from Poland and Galicia. The mayor at this time was John W. Fleming. The Brandon Municipal Railway ran until 1931 when its operation was suspended. It was shut down indefinitely in 1932.

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CA DHM 1978.14-14

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  • c.1912 (Creation)

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Black and white photograph. 15" x 12"

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T. Watkin of 935 2nd Street, Brandon was the original owner. The photograph was donated to the Daly House Museum by the Assiniboine Historical Society in 1978.

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Photograph of the Brandon Municipal Railway staff. Present in photograph are Tony Scott, Herbert Smith, unidentified, George Chidley, Archie Goucher, Jack Watkins, unidentified, unidentified, J. Roy, unidentified, A. Gordon, unidentified, unidentified, unidentified, Ted Jones, unidentified, unidentified, F.W. Spedding, unidentified, Archie Ferguson, Charles Dinsdale, unidentified, J. Gordon, W. Green, Harry Cater, unidentified, Thomas Boden (Sup), William Young, Frank Henry.

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Negative available at the Daly House Museum.

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