In addition to the official Craigellachie cairn another rock cairn was unveiled at Port Moody, British Columbia, on
1 Oct 1938 to commemorate the completion of the Canadian Pacific Railway, Port Moody being the original terminus in 1885. Van Horne changed the
terminus to Vancouver's Burrard Inlet later as it offered better prospects for the railway and ocean-going ships. This commemoration ceremony
photo shows H.S. Cunningham the Mayor of Port Moody, John Murray, Judge F.W. Howay, A. Wells Gray, and G.A. Baillie in attendence - 1 Oct 1938
Anonymous Photographer - City of Vancouver Archives.