Blakeburn

Blakeburn, also known as the Blakeburn Site, is an abandoned locality and former coal mine and coal mining town located southwest of the confluence of and the , across the latter from the surviving coal mining hamlet in the area, , which was the railhead for the Blakeburn Mine Railway, connecting it to the Kettle Valley Railway.

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Village
is a tiny mining town, 11 miles northwest of , , on the north bank of the . is situated 4½ km northeast of Blakeburn.

Blakeburn

Latitude
49.4837° or 49° 29' 1.3" north
Longitude
-120.7361° or 120° 44' 9.9" west
Open Location Code
84XXF7M7+FH
Elevation
1,179 metres (3,868 feet)
Open­Street­Map ID
node 7646836217
Geo­Names ID
5903562
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Also Known As

  • English: Blakeburn, British Columbia
  • English: Blakeburn Site
  • French: Blakeburn

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