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CPR Railway Route from Winnipeg to Selkirk in 1900
Posted by: Iris Alice (ID *****8409) Date: April 06, 2011 at 09:20:39
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My ancestors travelled from Halifax to Winnipeg via CPR railway and then to the East Selkirk Immigration Shed (The Roundhouse). I am confused as to how the railway connection was made. Did they have to get off the train in Winnipeg and transfer to another train in St. Boniface which went to Selkirk?

Any info would be appreciated.

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