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Bringing Bralorne's Booming Past To Life

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Bralorne is almost a ghost town now, but in the 1930s was a booming mining town. Norah Ashmore who lives in the area has created a play based on the stories and music of the people who settled there. The play is called Over My Mountain and it's part of this weekend's Bridge River Valley Summer Festival. Hear Margaret Gallagher's interview with Norah Saturday just after the 7:30am news.

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