Burnaby, BC

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BC Hydro Railway Burnaby

Photograph depicts the Central Park Branch in Burnaby. Taken just west of the Stride Avenue grade crossing. The spur visible in the background led to the Dominion Glass Company Ltd. bottle plant.

BC Provincial Museum train, Burnaby

Photograph taken in Central Park, Burnaby, on BC Hydro Railway trackage. Visible is the B.C. Provinicial Museum train. Captured just after its inaugural ceremony. It's headed by CPR locomotive #3716 that was built in 1912.

BC Provincial Museum train, Burnaby

Photograph taken in Central Park, Burnaby, on BC Hydro Railway trackage. Visible is the B.C. Provinicial Museum train. Captured just after its inaugural ceremony. Also displayed is a PGE business car that was now called the "Peace River" and was used to sleep and feed the museum train staff.

BC Provincial Museum train, Burnaby

Photograph taken in Central Park, Burnaby, on BC Hydro Railway trackage. Visible is the B.C. Provinicial Museum train. Captured just after its inaugural ceremony. Also displayed is a PGE business car that was now called the "Peace River" and was used to sleep and feed the museum train staff.

BC Provincial Museum train, Burnaby

Photograph taken in Central Park, Burnaby, on BC Hydro Railway trackage. Visible is the B.C. Provinicial Museum train. Captured just after its inaugural ceremony. Also shown is a flat car, labelled "Caycuse River," that operated as a steam driven exhibit.

BC Provincial Museum train, Burnaby

Photograph taken in Central Park, Burnaby, on BC Hydro Railway trackage. Visible is the B.C. Provinicial Museum train. Captured just after its inaugural ceremony. Image captures the view of the whole train. It included a locomotive, 4 freight cars, and 4 passenger cars.

BC Provincial Museum train, Burnaby

Photograph taken in Central Park, Burnaby, on BC Hydro Railway trackage. Visible is the B.C. Provinicial Museum train. It's headed by CPR locomotive #3716. First spotted at McPherson and Watling in a vacant inudstrial yard.

BC Provincial Museum train, Burnaby

Photograph taken in Central Park, Burnaby, on BC Hydro Railway trackage. Visible is the B.C. Provinicial Museum train. Captured just after its inaugural ceremony. Also displayed is a PGE business car that was now called the "Peace River" and was used to sleep and feed the museum train staff.

BC Provincial Museum train, Burnaby

Photograph taken in Central Park, Burnaby, on BC Hydro Railway trackage. Visible is the B.C. Provinicial Museum train. Captured just after its inaugural ceremony. Also visible is locomotive #3716, a water car, 2 flat cars, labelled "Chemainus River" and "Caycuse River," as well as a box car that held an electric generator and various tools.

BC Provincial Museum train, Burnaby

Photograph taken in Central Park, Burnaby, on BC Hydro Railway trackage. Visible is the B.C. Provinicial Museum train. Captured just after its inaugural ceremony. It's headed by CPR locomotive #3716 that was built in 1912 by Montreal Locomotive Works.

BC Provincial Museum train, Burnaby

Photograph taken in Central Park, Burnaby, on BC Hydro Railway trackage. Visible is the B.C. Provinicial Museum train. Captured just after its inaugural ceremony. Also shown is a steam driven donkey engine.

BC Provincial Museum train, Burnaby

Photograph taken in Central Park, Burnaby, on BC Hydro Railway trackage. Visible is the B.C. Provinicial Museum train. Captured just after its inaugural ceremony. It's headed by CPR locomotive #3716 that was built in 1912 by Montreal Locomotive Works.

BC Provincial Museum train, Burnaby

Photograph taken in Central Park, Burnaby, on BC Hydro Railway trackage. Visible is the B.C. Provinicial Museum train. Captured just after its inaugural ceremony. It's headed by CPR locomotive #3716 that was built in 1912.

City of Vancouver: Proposed electoral district boundary

Map depicts the city of Vancouver, including the electoral districts of Comox-Powell River, Capilano, North Vancouver-Burnaby, Mission-Port Moody, Burnaby, Fraser Valley West, New Westminster-Coquitlam, Surrey-White Rock-North Delta, Richmond-South Delta, Vancouver South, Vancouver Kingsway, Vancouver Quadra, Vancouver Centre, and Vancouver East.

Proposed Federal Electoral Districts for the Province of British Columbia

Map depicts the proposed electoral districts of British Columbia, including: Burnaby, Capilano, Cariboo-Chilcotin, Comox-Powell River, Cowichan-Malahat-The Islands, Esquimalt-Saanich, Fort Nelson-Peace River, Fraser Valley East, Fraser Valley West, Kamloops-Shuswap, Kootenay East, Kootenay West, Mission-Port Moody, Nanaimo-Alberni, New Westminster-Coquitlam, North Vancouver-Burnaby, Okanagan North, Okanagan-Similkameen, Prince George-Bulkley Valley, Richmond-South Delta, Skeena, Surrey-White Rock-North Delta, Vancouver Centre, Vancouver East, Vancouver Kingsway, Vancouver Quadra, Vancouver South, and Victoria.

Renovated windsor kitchen chairs

Photograph depicts renovated windsor kicthen chairs. The adult chair on the right was made in Owen Sound prior to 1923. Child's chair on the left was likely pre-1940. It came from Sunday school room of a church in Vancouver. Owned and renovated by David Davies.

[British Columbia Freight Routes]

Map depicts annotations of the freight-way routes throughout British Columbia. These routes include: the Garnet Enterprise Truck Haul from Vancouver to Terrace, the Canadian Freightways from Vancouver to Edmonton to Alaska; the Lindsay Transfer from Terrace to Dease Lake and Telegraph Creek; and the Northland Navigation roll-on and roll-off service.