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Former C.P.R. connection in Vancouver, B.C.

Photograph depicts a former C.P.R. connection between the False Creek yards and the south side of Vancouver harbour on West Pender St. in Vancouver, B.C. This spur used daily to get cars into the B.C. Electric Rail yard at the Georgia Viaduct from...

Barn at Darfield, B.C.

Photograph depicts a barn at Darfield, near Barriere, about 35 miles north of Kamloops. The English timbered cottage developed from this architectural form.

Surviving building, Gerard

Photograph depicts the only surviving building in the ghost town of Gerard. Its survival was due to the ownership and periodic use of the B.C. Government Fisheries Department.

House on Beach Ave., Vancouver

Photograph depicts a house that had a "sold" notice on it and was partly demolished. Up to the date the photograph was captured, this block on Beach Ave. was the sole remaining one to have only houses on it, as opposed to a mixture of ho...

St. Ann's Academy, Victoria

Photograph depicts St. Ann's Academy, a girls boarding school that was close to the centre of Victoria. In the corner of the property, nuns had established the first school in B.C. in 1853.

Craigellachie station on C.P.R. line

Photograph depicts Craigellachie station, a famous spot on the C.P.R. line. The trans-continental line was joined here on November 7, 1885, about 250 yards down the track just beyond the right hand colour aspect signal. The depot house is not mann...

C.P.R. station at Invermere, B.C.

Photograph depicts the C.P.R. station at Invermere in the Kootenays. There is a trolley off the track on the road and the way freight switching at the station. Golden is to the left, Cranbrook is to the right, and the station building is at the i...

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