The Crowsnest Pass Railway Route web site and its subsidiary sites are a production of the Cranbrook Archives, Museum and Landmark Foundation and were made possible with financial assistance of the Government of British Columbia through its Communities Connect program.

All texts on the Crowsnest Pass Railway Route website were authored by Robert D. Turner of Victoria. Additional material on the subsidiary sites, such as the S.S. Moyie, the Canadian Museum of Rail Travel and others are credited to the specific authors. A sincere thank you to Ktunaxa elder Leo Williams and to Michael Keefer, Pete McCoy and Thomas Munson for reviewing the text of The Crow Route and the Ktunaxa Peoples section.

The Cranbrook Archives, Museum and Landmark Foundation would like to thank many people who have assisted or contributed to the content of this website, including the Royal British Columbia Museum, the B.C. Archives and Records Service, and various individuals all over the Province who have contributed photographs and other information, such as Bob Whetham and Randal MacNair. Thanks also to the staff of the Canadian Museum of Rail Travel who have assisted in so many ways, especially Executive director Garry Anderson, Assistant-Director Mark McDonald.

The Cranbrook Archives, Museum and Landmark Foundation would also like to thank Canadian Pacific for its continuing assistance and support to so many of its programs and activities. The material development of the Canadian Museum of Rail Travel and its programs, including artefact restoration, would not have been possible without the assistance of the Human Resources Development Canada Job Creations Program.


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