FORT NELSON HISTORY

FORT NELSON HISTORY

MUSEUM IN ALASKA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Dozens of cars from the early 1900s, curios, complete houses, a log cabin, tools, tractors… you name it, if it’s been part of Fort Nelson history then you’ll find it in the Fort Nelson Historical Society Museum, in British Columbia, Canada. The area was shaped by the building of the Alaska Highway, and Marlon and Mavis Brown, curators of the Museum, moved to the area soon after the highway was completed…

 

 

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