Cameron & Ames Blacksmith Shop

Barkerville’s blacksmiths were vital to the town, making both household and mining supplies as well as horseshoes. Here’s an example of what would have been in operation during the time of the gold rush.

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Speaking of horseshoes, we decided to take a ride in the stage coach around the historic town. It was a bumpy ride, but a neat way to see the sights.

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– Marla


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