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Island Tug, Fraser River

Photograph depicts "Island Tug #125," on the north arm of the Fraser River. Travelling downstrean from Patulla Bridge, New Westminster, and the CNR Lulu Island rail bridge.

"Master" tug

Photograph depicts a "Master" tug after it underwent restoration in False Creek, Vancouver. It was under steam, and entering English Bay.

M.V. "Queen of Victoria", B.C. Ferries

Photograph depicts the "Queen of Victoria" of B.C. Ferries at the Burrard Dry Dock after it had been spit in half and had an extra section insterted. The section unpainted contrasts with the white portions of the original slip.

M.V. "Queen of Victoria", B.C. Ferries

Photograph depicts the "Queen of Victoria" that had been damaged after it had collided with Russian freights in an Active Pass. Damage displayed imprints of the freight's bow. 3 were declared dead. Photograph taken from a floating s...

Weather ship "Vancouver"

Photograph depicts a weather ship of the Canadian Coastguard called "Vancouver." It was fitting out after launching. This vessel and its sister ship, "Quada," were the largest vessels ever built on the western coast of Canada. ...

CNR depot Vancouver 23 car circus train

Photograph depicts a 23 car train that belonged to the Ringling Bros. and Barnum and Bailey. 2 of the cars are visible. The train's make-up included: 1 observation car for the circus manager, 1 generator and tool car, 4 animals cars, which al...

CNR depot Vancouver 23 car circus train

Photograph depicts a 23 car train that belonged to the Ringling Bros. and Barnum and Bailey. 19 cars were on one string on the north side and 4 were on the south side. Presumably, visible is the circus manager's car which is at the end of the...

CNR rail ferry ramp, Vancouver

Photograph depicts a CPR rail ferry ramp, just east of Pier A3 in Vancouver Harbour. It was usual to offload two outer tracks followed by the center. These cars were heavily loaded with pulp from Harmac and they caused the barge to tilt. There was...

CPR line Vancouver

Photograph depicts the CPR line on Thurlow Street, Vancouver. A new spur was about to be laid next to a recently built rail ferry slip.

CPR spur

Photograph depicts the site of a new CPR spur that was to be laid on a recently built rail ferry slip between Pier A3 and the old CPR Pier A.

CPR ferry ramp

Photograph depicts a CPR rail ferry slip, east of Pier A3 in Vancouver Harbour. Visible are loaded cars of pulp that came from Harmac. They were being unloaded off of an 18 car barge owned and operated by D. Yorke and Sans Ltd. This slip was the o...

CPR ferry ramp

Photograph depicts a CPR rail ferry ramp, east of Pier A3 in Vancouver Harbour. Image displays details of the attachment of a barge to a ramp.

CPR ferry ramp

Photograph depicts a CPR rail ferry ramp in Vancouver Harbour. The ramp acted as a dock for the "Princess of Vancouver."

CPR ferry ramp

Photograph depicts a CPR tail ferry ramp just east of Pier A3 in Vancouver Harbour. Displays the connection with the ramp (in the foreground) and the barge (in the middle distance).

CPR ferry ramp

Photograph depicts a CPR rail ferry ramp just east of Pier A3 in Vancouver Harbour. On the adjustable ramp, it shows the gantry and barge connected. Cars were being unloaded off of a 18-car York Ltd. rail barge.

CPR depot Vancouver

Photograph depicts a close up of a shay locomotive last steamed in service at the Elk Falls Mile near Campbell River on October 9, 1973. Here, it was on en-route to the National Museum of Sciene in Ottawa after being off-loaded from a Gulf of Geor...

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