Old red wharf in Chase now part of history

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Images of the last day on the Centennial Wharf in Chase. David Lepsoe (top right) looks at a Chase history book while it's torn down. The welder is Ray Hanson, and the image on the middle right of the wharf in its prime is taken by Donna Lyons. Other photos are by Josh Pagé
This story starts with the sound of the Centennial Wharf's last day in Chase.

A demolition crew was on the landmark red pier this week, cutting it up and tearing it down.

The long wharf on Little Shuswap Lake has been the symbol of Chase for the last several decades.

Josh Pagé was at the wharf for its last day.

He speaks with Daybreak host Shelley Joyce.
   
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