Map of the Central Section of British Columbia
Shewing the Country Served by the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway.
2,000,000 ACRES AGRICULTURAL LAND
Promotional map showing land available for agriculture, hunting and fishing, fruit, and gold along the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway line, printed in red over a base map is copyright 1911 by Poole Bros., Chicago. The railway overlay was added after 1916, when the station at Knole was renamed Rider, but before 1920, when the Grand Trunk Pacific was absorbed into the Canadian National Railway, joining the Canadian Northern Railway.
Lucerne (GTP railway point)
Grant Brook (GTP railway point)
Rainbow (GTP railway point)
Red Pass Junction
Resplendent (GTP railway point)
Mount Robson (railway point)
Albreda (GTP railway point)
Tête Jaune station
Raush Valley (railway point)
Cariboo (railway point)