S.S. Okanagan Stern Saloon — Penticton, BC
Posted by: Groundspeak Regular Member Dunbar Loop
N 49° 30.098 W 119° 36.707
11U E 310903 N 5486500
Okanagan Lake saw three luxury serving it waters prior the Depression. These ships moved people and goods up and down the length of the lake. The S.S. Okanagan was decommissioned and dismantled. The Stern Saloon is one of the few parts the survived.
Waymark Code: WM919K
Location: British Columbia, Canada
Date Posted: 06/12/2010
Published By:Groundspeak Regular Member The_Draglings
Views: 7

S.S. Okanagan Stern Saloon

Built in 1907 for the British Columbia CPR Lake & River Service, the S.S. Okanagan was one of three luxury passenger and cargo ships on Okanagan lake (S.S. Aberdeen 1893 & S.S. Sicamous 1914). These ships made up the transportation network linking the Okanagan and the Shuswap to Sicamous on the main transcontinental line. Decommissioned in 1934, the ship was dismantled and this Stern Saloon is one the last superstructure pieces of the historic sternwheeler. It is now home within the S.S. Sicamous Heritage Park on this site. The restoration will begin as private and corporate funds become available.

S.S. Sicamous Restoration Society

Type of Marker: Cultural

Type of Sign: Historic Site or Building Marker

Describe the parking that is available nearby: On street

What Agency placed the marker?: S.S. Sicamous Restoration Society

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