This historic photo is of a a large herd of cows moving from one field to another in front of the Rainsford Ranch in 1907.

Kalamalka Lake is in the background. The Goulding family lived in Oyama from 1907 to 1929. George Cassilis Goulding (1886–1943) was a horse breeder and an orchardist who first owned the Rainsford Ranch, and then moved, in the early 1920’s, to Iris Point (now Kaloya Park).

Historic photo: Rainsford Ranch

A look back at Lake Country’s history

This historic photo is of a a large herd of cows moving from one field to another in front of the Rainsford Ranch in 1907.

Kalamalka Lake is in the background. The Goulding family lived in Oyama from 1907 to 1929. George Cassilis Goulding (1886–1943) was a horse breeder and an orchardist who first owned the Rainsford Ranch, and then moved, in the early 1920’s, to Iris Point (now Kaloya Park).

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