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Name and email: V. Eiriksson Victoria, BC

Comments:

This account and the other unpublished memoirs belong in the National Archives of Canada. There is so much history here, thank you to Gordon Murchison for writing them, and to his son Wayne, the caretaker of this treasure. I came across the site while researching other early Kindersley memoirs, and became so fascinated with the story, that I had to finish it! I would love to be able to read the sections that weren't included here. I'm sure that as a published book, this personal account of one man in Canadian history would find a large and appreciative audience.

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Name: Julie Whitehead-Bowman
Email: j.bowman@shaw.ca
Comments:

I found reading about the railroad years at the turn of the century very interesting. Althoughy the methods of obtaining employment with the CPR in North- Western Ontario have changed some, the accomodations for transient employees has not. I worked in the yards and on the line between Winnipeg and Ignace in the late 1990's, and I imagine I've rested my head against many of the same out-buildings as the author. That was some years ago now, but it sure does feel good to remember the good old days. Thanks for the memories...Julie, dispatcher-in-training.

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Name: Leah Murchsion
Email: joncrow09@hotmail.com
Comments:

Hello! I am a Murchison from Saint John NB trying to gather information on the Murchison Clan just for a personal interest.

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