Brexton, formerly known as Fish Lake, is a ghost town located in the region of . Although the provincial Gazetteer still lists the "settlement" of Brexton, which was situated between the southeast end of Gun Lake and Gold Bridge, and three and a half miles north of Bralorne, this once busy town has mostly vanished though a few buildings remain.

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is the uppermost of the storage dams of BC Hydro's Bridge River Power Project, which is located in the southwestern Interior of British Columbia.

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The is a sparsely populated area of lakes, valleys, abandoned towns and near-ghost towns in the mountainous region between and . Photo: Shaundd, CC BY-SA 3.0.


50.8352° or 50° 50' 6.7" north
-122.8249° or 122° 49' 29.8" west
1028 metres (3373 feet)
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  • Dutch: Brexton, British Columbia
  • English: Brexton, British Columbia

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