Filming of Silent Barriers at Revelstoke CPR Station

Witness Revelstoke in a different time

The Revelstoke Museum and Archives will be screening the film Silent Barriers in the museum's heritage garden Saturday evening.



The Revelstoke Museum and Archives will be screening the film Silent Barriers in the museum’s heritage garden Saturday evening.

The 1937 movie about the construction of the Canadian Pacific Railway was filmed partly in Revelstoke in 1936 – 75 years ago.

Scenes were shot in Lake Louise and Revelstoke, and Three Valley Gap stood in for the fictional town of Moodyville. The movie stars Richard Arlen and Lilli Palmer.

Doors open at 8 p.m. at the Revelstoke Museum & Archives. The cost is $10, which includes popcorn, a drink and a cookie.

Watch the beginning of the movie in the video above. The poster for the movie is below.

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