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The Kootenay Lake
Archives has begun adding its historical photograph collection to
its Web site. Click here to browse this collection of historical
photos of Kaslo and area, including hundreds of photos of the Moyie!
Welcome to the S.S. Moyie's home on the web.
The Moyie is the world's oldest intact passenger sternwheeler. Located
against the stunning scenery of the town of Kaslo in the mountains
of British Columbia, Canada, the Moyie awaits all who want to step
back in time and experience life at the turn of the last century.
The sights, sounds and smells have all been recreated aboard this
"The world's oldest
This site is quite easy to navigate. Use
either the index on the side or below. Visitor
Information contains business hours, boarding fees and other
important points. There's the History
section complete with photos. The newly added Specifications
page provides you with all the technical data on the Moyie. Take
a look at our Photographs
section to see what our restoration crews have already accomplished.
Ongoing Projects documents
current restoration or construction activities. Upcoming
Events tells you what is happening at the Moyie throughout the
year. KLHS Archives connects
to the Kootenay Lake Archives, a worthwhile place to visit while
in Kaslo or if you are looking for historical information on the
Moyie and the Kaslo area in general. We have also added a page of
Visitor Comments. Our Links
section contains sites related to the Moyie, as well as accommodations,
local attractions and the Kaslo Chamber of Commerce. Have fun and
learn about the area that could be your vacation destination this
year. We have it all: spectacular scenery, hiking trails, beaches,
campgrounds, golf courses, local events and festivals, boat rentals,
Provincial Parks, eco- and adventure-tourism and, of course, the
The S.S. Moyie is owned and operated by
the Kootenay Lake Historical Society