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History and Photos of the Granite Creek, B.C. Ghost Town

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This website will give you a glimpse of life at Granite Creek when it was a boom town in the late 1800s, its second life after the fire of 1907, and what little remains today.  There is a sister website devoted to Coalmont.  As time permits, there will be a website for Blakeburn, and others for exploring the Princeton - Merritt - TulameenHedley - Keremeos area.  For a unique Ghost Town experience, visit Vanishing British Columbia to enjoy the gorgeous water colours of Michael Kluckner.  Many thanks to Nick Mills at the Princeton Museum for all of his assistance and many photos.  The Mozey-On-Inn is pleased to be able to share the history of our town with you and hope that you will stay with us when you require Motel accommodation in the Tulameen and Similkameen regions.

The Faces of Granite Creek - Flipbook - Click to View

Official Status:

On June 6, 2013, the Ghost Town of Granite Creek and the Cemetery overlooking it were added to the Regional District of Okanagan Similkameen Heritage Register for Area H.  On September 3rd of the same year, the Granite Creek Preservaton Society was formed to collect, study and preserve the history, site and artifacts of Granite Creek. Please visit their website at www.granitecreekbc.ca

 

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