Craibenn Creek

British Columbia. Former railway point
On Canadian National Railway at Lamming Mills
53.3506 N 120.2469 W — Map 093H08 — GoogleGeoHack
Name officially adopted in 1989
Not currently an official name.
97 miles west of the Yellowhead Pass on the Canadian National Railway
This former railway point appears on:
Grand Trunk Pacific Railway stations

In the 1920s, to accommodate J. Bennett’s pole-cutting operation, Cariboo was moved to Mile 7 west of McBride. The station was renamed after Bennett and D. A. Craig, the section foreman. In 1928, Craibenn had four settlers and a government ferry.


  • Olson, Raymond W. Ghost Towns on the East Line. Prince George, B.C.: Raymond W. Olson, 2017
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