BC Tel- Stewart CO and Radio


Stewart Magneto Exchange- Feb 1968- above

Prior to the SXS conversion, This office was open from 9AM to 5PM, Monday to Friday, for long distance calls.
Plus a couple of hours each day, on the weekend.
Picture and info from the Mackenzie Matters 1991
picture by Mitch Olineck

Original Stewart Radio Office,
Was the building on the right with the sloped roof.
It was originally the Stewart Gov’t Telegraph Office.
Our equipment was in the dark rear corner.
The new office was moved in where the fence is on the left.
A garage was added to the right of this building, for a storage room for I&R and Const materials.
A Radio Room and CO, were moved in, now corner of Brightwell and 5th

Stewart Radio and CO, 1989
Old Stewart Radio and CO SxS Building
Before the New CO and Monster roof added.
Hubs Pharmacy in rear of Picture.

This Aerial view shows the Radio Trailer and the Old SXS Office
(in the middle of the picture)
In foreground is the King Edward Hotel and Motel
Bottom right side is the Liquor Store (Just a Lucky Guess!)
Hubs Pharmacy is the flat black roofed building across from the radio room
Naked Spud restaurant, became a Chinese Cafe, is visible at the left hand bottom of the top intersection,
Front of the Old Empire Hotel is visible on the right, It was used as Bayview building supply in later years.
The Shell gas station was just above the motel unit, which is bottom center of picture

Aerial View of Stewart and Hyder
Head of the Portland Canal, End of the Glacier Highway
photo by Brian Wolfe

View of Main St in Stewart, Shell Station, King Edward Hotel, CIBC Bank

Old Empress Hotel and portland canal in distance

Bob Hippisley, combinationman in Stewart, and Art Kerr, mechanic from Terrace

Aerial Photos of Stewart
Photos by Brian Wolfe, Ladysmith BC

Inside the Stewart CO
Photo courtesy Alison Fredericks, daughter of Photographer la-Verne Fredericks

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