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Eagle Pass

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Eagle Pass is a pass through the Gold Range of the Monashee Mountains. It was discovered in 1865 by Walter Moberly, who accurately predicted it would become the route of the Canadian Pacific Railway. Craigellachie, the location of the last spike, is located in Eagle Pass.

See the Wikipedia article on Eagle Pass.

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This page was last modified 03:58, 5 June 2005 by Alan Macek.

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