Selwyn (railway point)

British Columbia. Railway point
Canadian National Railway, W of Red Pass Junction
Not currently an official name.
29 miles west of the Yellowhead Pass on the Canadian National Railway
Grand Trunk Pacific Railway station built in 1912. Formerly Resplendent

Probably named after Alfred Richard Cecil Selwyn (1824-1902), director of the Geological Survey of Canada, who in 1871 made a journey from Kamloops to Tête Jaune Cache and ascended the Fraser River some distance above Moose Lake.

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