Craigellachie (Thompson Okanagan)
1. Albas (Malakwa, 7km) Your Host(s): Canada Post, - Leave a Public Review
Albas - After Al Bass, an early trapper in the area northwest of Shuswap Lake.
2. Craigellachie (Malakwa, 7km) Your Host(s): Canada Post, - Leave a Public Review
It was here that the last spike of the CPR transcontinental line was driven in 1885.
  3. Eagle River Park (Malakwa, 7km) - Leave a Public Review
4. Malakwa / Clanwilliam Lake / Eagles Pass / Malakwa / Perry River / Queest Creek / Woolsey Creek (Malakwa, 7km) Your Host(s): Canada Post, - Leave a Public Review
Clanwilliam Lake - After the Earl of Clanwilliam, who married a daughter of Governor Kennedy of Vancouver Island. (See Gilford Island.)
  5. Mount Griffin Ecological Reserve (Malakwa, 7km) - Leave a Public Review
  6. Mount Griffin Park (Malakwa, 7km) - Leave a Public Review
7. Taft (Malakwa, 7km) Your Host(s): Canada Post, - Leave a Public Review
Taft - The CPR reports that it named its station here after 'Mr. Taft of Hood Lumber Co.'
  8. Yard Creek Park (Malakwa, 7km) - Leave a Public Review
  9. Anstey Hunakwa Park / Anstey Arm (Sicamous, 23km) - Leave a Public Review
Anstey Arm - The son of a master at Rugby, the famous English public school, Francis Senior Anstey became, during the building of the CPR, the first large-scale lumberman on Shuswap Lake.
  10. Bastion Bay (Sicamous, 23km) Your Host(s): Canada Post, - Leave a Public Review
11. Cambie (Sicamous, 23km) Your Host(s): Canada Post, - Leave a Public Review
Henry J. Cambie (1836-1928) deserves more than this whistle stop on the CPR. Born in County Tipperary, Ireland, he came to Canada while still a boy and learned surveying and railway construction on the Grand Trunk and Intercolonial railways.