SR-177.1: Tracks 1 - 2 discuss Martin's life and work, including selling life insurance, prospecting and mining, and construction.
Track 3 discusses Martin's company, Argo Construction, and mentions his wife Sharon.
Tracks 4 - 6 discuss the project to restore the Travellers Hotel. Argo Construction's main criteria for the project are discussed. The Heritage Revitalization Agreement is mentioned.
Tracks 7 - 8 describe Martin's research into the Murray family in BC and Ontario.
Tracks 9 - 12 discuss the actual construction on the hotel. Architect Bill Evans and construction workers David Ratzlaff and Peter Hansen are also mentioned.
SR-177.2: Track 1 introduces the interview.
Tracks 2 - 3 continue to describe construction on the hotel's exterior and foundations.
Track 4 describes the landscaping done on the grounds of the Travellers Hotel.
Tracks 5 - 8 describe the interior of the hotel and the bedrooms, including the Ichaboo Room, the Billy Murray Room, the Lincoln Station Room, the Lucy Murray Room, and the Homesteader Room.
Tracks 9 - 12 discuss the Murray family, whose descendants have not been found by Martin. Other inhabitants and owners of the hotel are mentioned, including the Bennett family, a Cassidy, the Elmore family, and the P. Y. Porter family. The Billy Miner story is also related to the hotel. Uses of the hotel have included a shoe repair business, a high school, and a boarding house.
Track 13 discusses an annex wing which is visible on the hotel in early photographs but was later removed.
Track 14 describes a fire which almost destroyed the hotel when it was being restored.