HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER POSSIBILITIES ALONG THE ROUTE OF THE PACIFIC GREAT EASTERN RAILWAY

A glance at the map discloses the fact that the Pacific Great Eastern railway either traverses or crosses some of the most important rivers of the province: the Squamish with its branches the Stawamus, Mamquam and Cheakamus; and the Green, Lillooet, Birkenhead, Fraser and Quesnel rivers.
Keywords: cubic feet per second, Geological Survey of Canada, Quesnel River, Squamish, tributary, Dams, Development, Developments, Investigations, Power, Railways, Storage, Valley, Water, Waters
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