Hell's Gate Haunted Cook Stove
The cook stove was used in the 1800s to feed the railway workers, with the deadly history that surronds the construction of the railway, especially in these parts it is no wonder that for years many people have believed the stove and the original cook house, that still stands today, are haunted. Occasionally staff and visitors have noticed abnormal amounts of heat radiating from the stove, even on some of the coldest days, the stove has not been kindled for nearly 100 years.
Hell's Gate Cook Stove Foundation
This photo is the original foundation to the haunted Hells Gate cook stove. The hard wood and the cement are a part of the original Canadian Pacific Railway cookhouse during its construction in the 1800's. The building now houses the restaurant, gift shop and museum at Hells Gate.
Hell's Gate Haunted Gift Shop
Visitors to Hells Gate Airtram may not know that the building which houses the gift shop was once a cook house that fed the construction workers of the Canadian Pacific Railway. Is it the original hardwood flooring that does the talking or is it the young girl that stands behind the curtain of the "haunted doorway"? That depends on who you ask. Countless visitors, paranormal study groups and staff have experienced the paranormal in this small corner of Hells Gate, in fact most of the feedback received by staff at this attraction are related to the haunted door.