ALL RED LINE was a steamship company that ran a regular passenger service between VANCOUVER and POWELL RIVER with stops along the SUNSHINE COAST from 1911 to 1917. The line's fleet consisted of 2 steamers, the Selma and the Santa Maria. The company also owned the SELMA PARK resort south of SECHELT. The UNION STEAMSHIP CO purchased the All Red Line in Oct 1917.
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