A Crazy Creek

Named for its wild water which when viewed is one huge Crazy Creek.

In 1882, the railway route through the steep and rugged Columbia/Selkirk Mountains was found and the Last Spike was driven near Crazy Creek Waterfalls in 1885. In 1902 the CPR built a railway station at which is now the ghost town of Taft Village on the Crazy Creek.

Photo by J.Borno

Photo by J.Borno

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