Sir Sandford Range

The Sir Sandford Range is a subrange of the of the of the in southeastern , , located between Gold and Palmer Creek just southwest of the Gold Arm of .The range is named for Sir Sandford Fleming, who was engineer-in-chief of the Canadian Pacific Railway.

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Summit
is the highest mountain of the Sir Sandford Range and the highest mountain in the of southeastern , . is situated 1½ km southeast of Sir Sandford Range. Photo: Kootexp, Public domain.

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