Selma Park

SELMA PARK was a coastal resort south of SECHELT, developed in 1914 by the ALL RED LINE. It was named for a British luxury yacht that came to BC via Cape Horn in 1911 and was used as a passenger vessel between VANCOUVER and POWELL RIVER. A favourite destination for steamer excursionists, Selma Park was sold to the UNION STEAMSHIP CO in 1917. Cottages and a large dance hall were added. The Union company sold the property in 1944; it operated as Totem Lodge until it was destroyed by fire in 1952....

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