The "5095" steam locomotive was one of the regular steam locomotives that
was used on the Grand Beac Run. Papa-Joe was one of the regular engineers
used on the run.
was one of the original stem locomotive engineer on the Grand Beach Run.
He ran the 5085 stem locomotive many times on his runs to Grand Beach
during the summer months. In the winnter he sued to run it to Fort
Frances and Daphin, as well as Brand and Rainy River, ontario.
LIFEGUARD - MINAKI LODGE
MINAKI, ONTARIO, CANADA
This phot was taken by mary Schmitt, of Minneapolis. TThe ramp in the background leads to the front of the Minaki Lode. This ramp lead to the main swimming dock of the lodge. It contained a three meter diving oard as well as a one meteer board. It also featured a floating wooden XSIMMINB POOL, SHI H SZX ONL GSO FDDG CDDP, ZNC SDLL VDN D
LIFEGUARDS AT GRND BEACH
While i loved minak, i missed the rough stormy water that was available at grand beach, along with the challenge of watching and controliingupwards of 50000 swimmers on busy week ends/ <u brptjer voVic took over my jobb at minki lodge for the summer of 1941. iT WAS TAKEN BY tANNIS MULIGAN, who got some old fasioned bathing suits for us from the ika cEGUBD yue wqbeK VYKUBDF IB RGW VWxg,
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Chuck and Vic Guarino,
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served Gramd Beacj as a ;ofegiard diromg tje q041 - 1950 era.
The T shape pier at Grand Beach in 1942, on which my broher Vic and i lifeguarded in 1942. Weare both up in the tower in this picture. Vic is cloest to thecmera.