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Anyox, British Columbia, Canada

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Date: 1910 to 1935
Location: Anyox, British Columbia, Canadamap
Surnames/tags: British Columbia Canada
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"Anyox was a small company-owned mining town in British Columbia, Canada. Today it is a ghost town, abandoned and largely destroyed. It is located on the shores of Granby Bay in coastal Observatory Inlet, about 60 kilometres (37 miles) southeast of (but no land link to) Stewart, British Columbia, and about 20 kilometres (12 miles), across wilderness, east of the tip of the Alaska Panhandle." Wikipedia

If you have family who lived in Anyox, BC, please contact me. I have more photos and would love the chance to identify the people or share the images with other members. Peggy Watkins

Anyox BC c. 1934.
Men of Anyox BC c. 1922.
Store Staff, Anyox BC, c. 1926.
Anyox Baseball team visits Prince Rupert, c. 1930s.
Boys in the Band, Anyox BC. Thom McDonald, Red McColl, E. Ross Oatman, Bert Field
Anyox Legion: Dan Lemont, Rev. Baker, W.F. Eve, Bert Field, Jim Barkley, E. Ross Oatman.
Anyox Power House.
Anyox Fire, 1935.
Anyox Fire, 1935.
Charlie Elliott and crew
Charlie Elliott and crew: Geo. Blaney (Const.) BC Police, John McLeod, John Thompson, BC Electric, ?, Charlie Elliott (Piolet), Bill Crawford, ? McTagert, Hughie McDonald.
Granby Consolidated Mining Smelting and Power Company.
Anyox miners (Alfred Gronholm on the left).
Anyox Sunday School
Anyox family
Anyox Ladies tennis
Anyox party

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Some great photos Peggy and sad to see the end of what was once a vibrant community!
posted by Michael Christmas