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Coal Company has imported a gasoline - The Free Press Turns 115 years Old

September 6 1902

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The Crowsnest Pass Coal Company has imported a gasoline velocipede for use by officials. It travels at a speed of 25 mph which is about six miles per hour faster than the regular trains make on the Crows Nest Branch.

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