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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.

Pacific Rim Stadium

Drawing of proposed Pacific Rim Stadium on False Creek in Vancouver. The drawing shows details of the baseball configuration, football configuration, and a perspective sketch of the stadium adjacent to the Georgia Viaduct. Annotated sketch of light rail transit route is also depicted.

Two 3-truck Shay locomotives at the Vancouver Wharves Ltd.

Photograph depicts two 3-truck Shay locomotives, #114 and behind her #115, belonging to the Railway Appliance Company at the Vancouver Wharves Ltd. in North Vancouver. They are in daily or weekly use. Both were built by Lima Locomotive Works Inc. Locomotive #114 was built in July 1928 as #3320 and #115 was built in October 1929 as #3344.

3-truck Shay locomotive #114 in North Vancouver

Photograph depicts 3-truck Shay locomotive #114 at the Vancouver Wharves Ltd. in North Vancouver. It was built in July 1928 as #3320. The hut at night contains a vertical steam boiler which appears to heat the fuel oil for locomotives coming from a fixed rail tank car.

Pacific Great Eastern depot at Horseshoe Bay

Photograph depicts that Pacific Great Eastern depot at Horseshoe Bay, awaiting the dayliner to Quesnel. A two-coach Budd car runs from North Vancouver to Lillooet, and then a different 1-coach Budd car continues to Quesnel. It is possible to do a roundtrip from North Vancouver to Lillooet in one day.

CPR "Princess Elaine"

Photograph depicts a CPR ship named "Princess Elaine" at the pier opposite the CPR station in Vancouver. The ship was being stripped of its engines and was subsequently towed to Blaine, WA.

Replica of S.S. Moyie

Photograph depicts a replica of the S.S. Moyie built and photographed at Burrard Shipyard & Marine Ways Ltd. on 1729 West Georgia St., Vancouver. It was launched on June 15, 1965.

Steam tugs "Master" and "Prestige" in Vancouver Harbour

Photograph depicts steam tugs "Master" and "Prestige" at N.H.B. #4 Elevator in Vancouver Harbour. The "Prestige" has not been fired or looked after for at least 2- 3 years and had been moved to this position the previous day after being tied up elsewhere in the harbour in one position for over 12 months.

CPR line in Vancouver

Photograph depicts a view between Drake and Pacific Streets, on the edge of the CPR Drake St. yards in Vancouver. The view is looking east and the Archibald Agencies located at 328 Drake St. are on the left. Some of the rail on the siding is dated 1912, 1911, 1914, which could be the original trackage. The photo is looking down grade to the connection with the yards, immediately west of the Cambie bridge.

CPR yards on Drake St.

Photograph depicts the CPR yards at Drake St. The view is looking east to the Cambie St. bridge in Vancouver. The track behind the camera leads to the Homer St. warehouse complex.

CPR signal tower in Vancouver

Photograph depicts a CPR signal tower protecting the road crossing at Alexander and Columbia Streets on the downtown eastside, leading to the Kingcome Navigation Dock. The view is looking east.

CPR roundhouse at False Creek yards

Photograph depicts a CPR roundhouse at the False Creek yards in Vancouver. The tender of stored locomotive #2860 is protruding, as the house cannot taken the length of this locomotive. Locomotive #2860 is a 4-6-4 Royal Hudson, built in 1940 at the Montreal Locomotive Works. It is now owned by Mr. J. Hussey of West Vancouver.

CPR Drake St. yards in Vancouver

Photograph depicts the CPR Drake St. yards in Vancouver. It shows CPR locomotive #3716, 2-8-0 Consolidation. It was built in February 1929 at the Montreal Locomotive Works. It was acquired in 1966 from the CPR by the city of Port Coquitlam. The locomotive is not renovated or repainted, and the fire box is in poor shape. Considering that is has been 5 years in the open it has little or no vandalism. All gauges in the cab are still intact.

Construction of a new pier in Vancouver, B.C.

Photograph depicts a steam grab belonging to the Vancouver Pile Driving & Contracting Co. Ltd, mounted on a scow and transferring gravel from another scow on the seaward side and rear of the wall. The portion in the foreground will become solid ground but it is now exposed to tides. The construction of the new pier is to the west of the Centennial Pier on the site of the original Hastings Mill.

Nelson St. in south Vancouver after a snowfall

Photograph depicts Nelson St., facing west between Bidwell and Denman St. Photo, and was taken during snowfalls between 23 December 1965 and 5 January 1966. During this period 40 inches of snow fell on the west end. The lampstands are typical of this area and are about to be replaced by February 1966 by a newer type.

Swimming pool in Stanley Park

Photograph depicts a swimming pool at Second Beach in Stanley Park, Vancouver, B.C. The snow in the foreground is 16 inches deep and there is a gathering snowstorm in the background coming in from the west.

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